Professor of Art Ted Aub, an internationally recognized sculptor, added another important commission to his growing portfolio of work with the recent unveiling of a new bust at the Fulbright Program Offices in Seoul, South Korea.
The bust, of U.S. Senator J. William Fulbright, commemorates the founder’s 100th birthday. Fulbright, who died in 1995, left an enduring legacy through the establishment of the scholarships and fellowships that bear his name, a program that he said “aims to bring a little more knowledge, a little more reason, and a little more compassion into world affairs.”
Aub was asked to undertake the project after participating in a sculpture symposium in Korea.
On the HWS campus, Aub was recognized for his work at the dedication of The Katherine D. Elliott Studio Arts Center, where the new Aub 3-D Design Studio was named in his honor.