On a warm June day in summer 2015, Maha Darawsha stepped down into a 6-foot-deep excavation hole at an archaeological site in Nazareth, Israel.
Brian Bowes M’16 arrived on the University of Hartford campus this past July from his home in Santa Cruz, Calif., to begin his second of three two-week residencies. With him he carried the magical results of a yearlong book project.
Faces of people standing in the piazza look up, peering into the sky to find the source of a buzzing sound. Some are local residents drawn out onto the Piazza del Carmine and into the March sunshine by curiosity.
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