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Monday, April 21, 2014
Event Image War and Peace Project Art Exhibit
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Main Campus - Arkansas Union (ARKU)

War and Peace Project

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark.—University Programs hosts the War and Peace Project from April 21 to May 23, 2014 in the Anne Kittrell Art Gallery at the University of Arkansas Union. The exhibit is open Monday thru Friday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. There will be a collage-making workshop on Thursday, May 1 from 12 to 2 p.m. in the Connections Lounge and a reception on May 1 from 6 to 7:30 p.m. in the Anne Kittrell Art Gallery.

            This event is free to current University of Arkansas Fayetteville students who pay the student activities fee. Students must show ID for entrance. Admission for general public and non-fee-paying students is contingent upon seating availability and will be on a first-come, first-serve basis after fee-paying students are admitted. For special accommodations due to disability, please contact the Office of Student Activities,, or call 479-575-5255.

            University Programs is thrilled to bring the artwork of Laura “Lola” Baltzell and her “Team Tolstoy” to the Anne Kittrell Art Gallery. Baltzell initiated the idea of the War and Peace Project in 2009 and, completed, comprises over 750 individual collages. Each page incorporates a page of Tolstoy’s Russian text, War and Peace. Baltzell and project partner, Lynn Waskelis dubbed a small group of friends “Team Tolstoy”. Team members include Lucy Arrington, Otto Mayr, Lucy Zahner Montgomery, Emma Rhodes, and Adrienne Wetmore. Occasionally, guest artists are invited to contribute to a collage. Each collage is a collaboration between the group and represent the distinct styles of each artist. Nevertheless, there are three simple rules for the project: each collage contains at least one word of the original text, the artist may not touch up or re-do any collage, and the artist is free to decide if he or she would like to respond to the story line or not. Project partner, Waskelis, calls it a “mash-up of personal bits and random detritus washed up from the universe of print”. While some might say destroying a classic text such as War and Peace is inappropriate or disrespectful and others might say it is artistically expressive, Team Tolstoy says that this is what makes the project interesting. “It’s the struggle to make connections, find meanings, and ultimately to create something of value,” Lucy Arrington said. Don’t miss this unique combination of literature, art, and self-expression in the War and Peace Project exhibit at the Anne Kittrell Art Gallery.

This event is co-sponsored by the University Programs Anne Kittrell Art Gallery Committee. For more information on this event, contact University Programs Gallery Chair Derick McCollum at or 479-575-5255 or Chas Thompson at

Event Image OLLI: The Language of Hollywood: Storytelling, Sound and Color
11:30 AM - 2:30 PM

Off Campus - Global Campus

Interested in movies? Have you always wanted to learn more about the technical aspects of film? This series is an introduction to the understanding, analysis, and appreciation of film as an art form. In this four-session course you will learn how to examine elements of film form and also how to apply cinematic language as a way to gain the most out of the cinematic experience. We will cover the elements of narrative; review design and composition; discuss cinematography, breaking it down to the properties, the framing and the speed of a shot; and end with sound productions and its sources. You will walk away with a clear understanding of not only what it takes to make a film, but what it takes to make a film GREAT! Bring a brown bag lunch for the first 3 sessions, lunch will be provided for the final session.

Class cost includes catering on last day.

Instructor: Dr. Lauren DeCarvalho, Visiting Assistant Professor, Communications, UA
Walmart Home Office STEM Panel
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM

Main Campus - Arkansas Union (ARKU)

The Walmart Home Office STEM Panel that was scheduled for March 3, 2014 was canceled due to inclement weather. This event has been rescheduled for Monday, April 21, 2014 in Arkansas Union 510. The University Career Development Center in collaboration with Walmart will host the Walmart Home Office STEM Panel. Representatives from the Walmart Home Office will participate in a panel discussion as to how their Science, Technology, Engineering, or Math degree has assisted them in the work they currently do. Students will have the opportunity to ask the panelists a variety questions and network with Walmart representatives. Business Casual attire required. Register and prepare for this event by visiting:
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