APLA Faculty and Students in Creative Scholarship Showcase
APLA faculty and students are among the many from the College of Architecture, Design and Construction who exhibited their creative scholarship and work at in “Showcase: The Work of Creative Scholarship” at the Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art from September 17 through October 2. The “Showcase” exhibition was in conjunction with Auburn’s “This Research: Faculty Symposium 2016 and included works in the fields of fine art, the performing arts, creative writing, applied design and other related disciplines.
"It is a source of pride and inspiration to see the richness, range and depth present in this exhibition of faculty and student work," said Karen Rogers, Associate Dean for Graduate Studies and Research in the College of Architecture, Design and Construction, and Chair, Creative Scholarship Committee. "The ultimate goal of creative scholarship is to produce high-quality work that is challenging, innovative, engaging and provocative, and that ultimately serves, in some way, to better the quality of life of the people that it touches. The work in 'Showcase' is an example of creative scholarship at its best" (http://ocm.auburn.edu/newsroom/news_articles/2016/09/showcase-exhibition-at-auburn-art-museum-to-feature-creative-scholarship-of-faculty-and-students.htm.
To view the Showcase, go to: http://wp.auburn.edu/ResearchShowcase