PUBLIC ART, COMMUNITY, & QUEENS DIANA
“Public Art, Community, & Queens Diana” investigates the history and life of Young Diana, Goddess of the Hunt – a bronze statue in the center of the Queens University of Charlotte campus. The statue, cast by Anna Hyatt Huntington, arrived at the university in 1940 and has served as a campus icon for decades. Queens staff members Adelaide Davis and Reena Arora share their knowledge of Diana’s history, stories, and voice as “one of the most important pieces of public art in Charlotte.”
ABOUT ROYALS RADIO at QUEENS UNIVERSITY OF CHARLOTTE
Royals Radio is a product of Queens University of Charlotte, and Dr. John A. McArthur. The program is an episodic, podcast series produced by students and faculty in an interdisciplinary studies class at the university. Each episode has a different producer and topic, but every episode studies the 30 acres of the university’s campus and the stories that can be found within. Listen to past episodes of Royals Radio on SoundCloud via the directory found here.
Season One of Royals Radio was produced in spring 2013 by William Boyd, Moiah Faulkner-Wheeler, Raleigh Green, Max Kaczynski, Brittani Pedersen, and Bree Singletary as part of a university-wide “exploration seminar.”