The West Virginia University School of Art & Design is launching its Global Positioning Studies (GPS) program, an interdisciplinary visual arts initiative that gives students a holistic understanding of their place in the world and how that relates to their art practice.

Through direct experience, the GPS program encourages students to engage the world as a fertile ground for art making and critical research

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