Robyn Phillips-Pendleton will present an Artist's Talk on Thursday, April 17.

April 17: Artist's Talk

University Museums to host talk by visual communications professor

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11:19 a.m., April 10, 2014--University Museums will host an Artist’s Talk by Robyn Phillips-Pendleton, associate professor in the University of Delaware’s Visual Communications Program, at 6 p.m., Thursday, April 17, in 116 Gore Hall.

Phillips-Pendleton has created illustrations for institutions of higher education, children's CD covers, editorial magazines, and publishing companies. 

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Her work has also been featured in national and international juried exhibitions. 

Most recently, Phillips-Pendleton was sent to Haiti, where she was commissioned to document the U.S. Air Force's humanitarian efforts after the earthquake of 2010 as part of the Air Force Artist Program. 

The Artist’s Talk is being held in conjunction with the University Museums’ “FreshPAINT: African American Art at UD” exhibition, on view through June 28 in the Mechanical Hall Gallery.

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