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WSSU student, Nailah McElvane, has chosen February’s Book of the Month! Eric Jerome Dickey’s novel, Genevieve. The book is a romance novel about a good man who loves his wife, Genevieve, but finds himself drawn against his best intentions into an affair – with his wife’s sister…scandalous to say the least!
This time the botm, is viewed through an e-resource! To read the novel, you must search the title “Genevieve” in the Okelly Library catalog and where it says ebook “available online” choose that link and “connect via American Poetry”.
A LIBRARIAN OR STAFF MEMBER CAN HELP YOU IF NECESSARY.
Of course you could always locate the book at a bookstore or other venues as well.
The Winston-Salem State University Archives is pleased to announce its newest display: The Artwork of Roland Watts. Roland Watts (1931-2012) was a renowned woodblock printer and served as a member and chair of the Fine Arts Department at WSSU for 39 years. The display is a result of a generous donation to the Archives by his wife, Dr. Velma Gibson Watts.
Please stop by the archives in C.G. O’Kelly Library to see more artwork for Roland Watts or find out more about the rich history of Winston-Salem State university through photos texts and more!
Please attend the opening of “CONNECTING IDENTITIES, TRANSFORMING DESIGN” on January 28th from 6pm – 8pm
“Connecting Identities, Transforming Design” is the faculty exhibition of the Department of Art + Visual Studies at Winston-Salem State University. It brings together the work of five artists who are active teachers and researchers in studio art and computer graphics: Endia Beal, Scott Betz, Tammy Evans, Hye Young Kim and GJ Nelson. Their diverse personal backgrounds and distinct artistic practices reflect different perspectives on traditional art media and current digital processes. Through their work, viewers can contemplate the intricate relationships between art and technology. Despite their differences in approach, appearance and effect, the analog and the digital are symbiotic or mutually dependent on one another. This exhibition presents the community with recent works that these teachers-artists-scholars have created. Works by: Endia Beal; Scott Betz; Tammy Evans; Hye Young Kim; GJ Nelson; Curated by: Dr. Lisandra Estevez