On The Cover

Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe '96
concludes his official visit to Vietnam
on Dec. 18, 2012.

2012 Distinguished Alumni Awards

The Success of the Barry Athletics Model

Campus Democracy Project

Spring 2013, Volume 18, Number 1

Campus Currents I Spotlight On Sports I Barry Beat I Features

Big Offerings Come in ‘Small’ Packages

Last spring, Angi Curreri, a member of Barry’s Fine Arts faculty for close to three decades, exhibited collages from her travel journals in the Andy Gato Gallery. Small Offerings featured works compiled during trips to Italy, Spain and France between 2007 and 2011. The actual collages, which are created from materials she gathers throughout her trips, are made to exhibit, while digital copies of the collages are incorporated into the artist’s travel journals. Curreri’s most recent trip to Barcelona, Avignon, Marseilles and Arles — to follow in the footsteps of two of her “artist heroes,” Antoni Gaudi and Vincent van Gogh — was supported by the Ambassador Jean Wilkowski International Fellowship. The grant is awarded to Barry University faculty for travel projects that will engage and enrich the campus community, and the exhibition served as Curreri’s vehicle to share her experiences. Curreri also exhibited a 50-piece, heart-shaped ceramic wall installation, Heart’s Desire, which was started in December 2009. Using colorful symbolic imagery, the piece addresses many of the milestones, challenges and defining moments we experience throughout our lifetimes.