Mannino is a sculptor who has used static forms to express his reactions to cultural, political and personal events.
Month: October 2016
The artists represented in this exhibition tackle identity formation, material culture and the digital landscape in a personal and direct way.
Assistant Professor Imin Yeh exhibits her project Phone Jack in “A Sculpture For Not Networking” at STNDRD. Phone Jack was a part of GHOST, a project and pop-up gallery at The Luminary in the spring of 2016 curated by Printeresting, which is now permanently on exhibit at STNDRD.
The School of Art is pleased to announce the promotion of Angela Washko to the position of assistant professor starting in fall 2017. Washko has held the position of visiting assistant professor within the School of Art since fall 2015.
Beck’s work spans a variety of media from drawing to installation, looking at ignored landscapes – the outskirts, the suburban, the peripheral – and the changes that take place there.
Every day for the last six years, Peña has made a drawing related to his day.
“Technologies of Violence” explores the critical relations between art and the contemporary production of violence and the digital technologies, as well as the techniques that power uses to impose itself through violence.
Jon Rubin’s new project, in collaboration with Mural Arts, will take place in Philadelphia’s historic South 9th Street Market—a 10-week project where various shop owners contribute a product, which is then sold by a different business each week.
Head of School Charlie White’s Essay “Plato’s Cave” Published in Buffalo Zine #4 Autumn-Winter 2016/17.
“Why Study Art?” is the Thirteenth Annual Conference on Liberal Arts and the Education of Artists at SVA.