• Lecture Series: Kevin Beasley

    Kevin Beasley’s work in sculpture, installation, sound, and video uses found objects, such as clothing, studio debris, and music samples, to excavate personal and cultural meaning through references to current events, social movements, and economic realities.

  • Lecture Series: Allison Smith

    Allison Smith takes an expansive view of sculpture, combining social practice, performance, and traditional crafts to examine how American history has been constructed and how it may be revised, retold, and reinterpreted.

  • Lecture Series: Cristóbal Martínez

    Cristóbal Martínez’s work seeks to reveal the vexing nature of our complex memories, amnesias, behaviors, beliefs, assumptions, choices, and relationships to create experiences that move beyond the human instinct to simplify.

  • Announcing the Spring 2018 Visiting Artist Lecture Series

    Featuring Kevin Beasley, Allison Smith, Cristóbal Martínez, Dread Scott, Andrea Zittel, Heather Dewey-Hagborg in conversation with Chelsea Manning, Frances Stark, and Robb Hernández

  • Professor Devan Shimoyama Exhibits at Pulse Miami Beach

    Professor Devan Shimoyama, who won the Pulse prize at last year’s fair, will have a solo booth with Samuel Freeman Gallery. Pulse runs December 7-10 in Miami Beach.

  • School of Art Students Produce Interdisciplinary Festival in Limestone Mine

    Students and faculty from CMU’s School of Art, School of Music, School of Computer Science, the BXA Intercollege Degree Programs, and Integrative Design, Arts and Technology (IDeATe) Network put on a one-hour festival Saturday in a limestone mine in Brady’s Bend, Armstrong County.

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