The three-day art fair and festival is a celebrated combination of street art and contemporary art from local and national artists.
Month: March 2017
The show highlights the historical relationships between community-produced media and political action, documenting the potential for social change and creative reimagining through this technology.
Assistant Professor Devan Shimoyama and Adjunct Assistant Professor Danny Ferrell present “He’s American” at the Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, Mar 31 – Jul 23.
Sculpture Technician Phillip Scarpone’s series of object-based works at Seraphin Gallery, Philadelphia, were revisited in an article by Associate Director Alyssa Laverda.
Assistant Teaching Professor Kristen Letts Kovak is featured in the new book, “Les Femmes Folles: The Women, 2016” a feminist text chronicles artworks and interview exerts from the associated online anthology of contemporary female artists. In celebration of Women’s History Month, Les Femmes Folles: Women in Art releases the sixth edition of Les Femmes Folles… Read more »
Alex Lukas MFA ‘18 exhibits in the group show “Figure / Landscape” Mar 25 – May 27 at Zevitas Marcus, Los Angeles, with an opening reception Apr 28. The three-day art fair and festival returns for its 67th year at the Palmer Event Center. This historic event is a celebrated combination of street art and… Read more »
Dorothy L. Stubnitz Professor Clayton Merrell has a new commissioned piece “Parabolic Garlands” that will be installed next week at the Penn State Hershey Medical Center and College of Medicine, Hershey PA.
Maryland Institute College of Art named Conflict Kitchen co-directors Jon Rubin, Associate Professor of Art, and Dawn Weleski, Adjunct Asst. Professor of Art, as Steinmetz designers-in-residence. They will conduct studio visits and lecture Apr 17-20. Both a public art project and take-out restaurant, Conflict Kitchen serves regional cuisine from countries in conflict with the United… Read more »
Professor Carson curates “So It Is” featuring Ursula Burke, Willie Doherty, Rita Duffy, John Kindness, Locky Morris, and Paul Seawright whose work responds to the political troubles of 1970s Northern Ireland. Opening Apr 7 from 6-8p, Mattress Factory, Pittsburgh. Formerly Head of School, Carson is an accomplished performance artist, educator and researcher, and native of… Read more »
Visiting Assistant Professor Angela Washko interviewed (along with Ben Grosser & Man Bartlett) by curator Filippo Lorenzin at Curating the Contemporary about her work in “Blinding Pleasures” a recent exhibition at Arebyte, London. From the article, “The Brexit vote and the last US presidential election attracted mass media attention in the last few months. The… Read more »