Char Stiles’ BCSA ’17 project Astroturfing, which connects the influence of social media in China to the supporters of Donald Trump in the 2016 US presidential election, was featured and reviewed in Digital America.
Month: April 2017
Kate Werth BFA ’18 and Jenna Houston BHA ’18 exhibit in “Wallpaper” at MAMA, Showroom for Media and Moving Art in Rotterdam, Netherlands curated by Grace Miceli through June 2017.
Professor Beck’s work appeared in I-70 Sign Show, Volume 6, 2016, by Anne Thompson, documenting the public art exhibition project of on Missouri billboards.
The 6th International Independent Games and Playful Media Festival, A MAZE. / Berlin is an international platform for unique and experimental games, playful media, and interactive digital art.
Interrupt 4 is a digital language conference bringing together artists and academics, poets and programmers, game designers, musicians performers and more April 28 & 29 at Brown University, Providence, RI.
On the Ground is a series featuring research by graduate and undergraduate School of Art students at Carnegie Mellon University that offers a glimpse into the particular contexts, processes, and methods of inquiry that drive their work beyond the confines of the studio. This installment comes from Katie Rose Pipkin, a 2018 Masters of Fine Arts candidate whose is a drawing and language artist from the woods outside of Austin, TX.
Andrew W. Mellon Professor Susanne Slavick and Professor of Art Andrew Johnson screen their collaborative video Quench May 7 in “Home Sweet Home?” curated by Martha Zoupa at TWIXTlab in Athens, Greece.
“Unloaded” has been touring through 2016-2017, and features work by School of Art alumni, staff, and faculty as well as artists from Pittsburgh and around the world.
This series celebrates the work of Wolf Vostell and the return of the artist’s monumental sculpture, Concrete Traffic (1970) to the University of Chicago’s campus.
Professor of Art Martin Prekop exhibits at the Garage Gallery’s inaugural exhibition “Large Works” opening Apr 22 from 3-7pm in Sewickley, PA. The 6-person exhibition includes work by Stephanie Armbruster BFA ’06.