Contemporary artists who use non-traditional media to create their work often muddy the lines between categories of drawing, sculpture and painting. Philadelphia-based Joseph Girandola is one such artist who pushes those boundaries, and his large-scale drawings of iconic cultural symbols as the Taj Mahal, the leaning Tower of Pisa and Stonehenge will be on display at DAAP Galleries Philip M
. Meyers, Jr. Memorial Gallery through the end of March. Girandola, former director of the MFA Program/Studio Art at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, builds up his canvas with layers of brightly colored duct tape, which he folds and bends in ribbons, like a painter might if applying thick impasto work with a palette or painting knife. Artist Reception 5-7 p.m. Thursday. Sunday through Thursday. Through March 31. Inside Steger Student Life Center at the University of Cincinnati, Clifton. For more info, visit daap.uc.edu/galleries.