The first video in the Fairy Fantastic! series, “Sausage” is based on a Swedish folk tale “The Sausage”, and tells the humorous story of two sisters, three wishes, and a calamitous obsession with a sausage.
Month: April 2017
Katie Rose Pipkin MFA ’18 exhibits in “Invisible Cities”, a show about differing infrastructures, mediated systems, the parafictional, and the digital baroque. The exhibition opens Apr 18 at Columbia University, on view through May 20.
As part of the downtown gallery crawl, 2018 & 2019 Master of Fine Arts candidates present new work in the School of Art’s annual First and Second Year MFA exhibition. “The Very Best Deserts” showcases new work by a diverse group of eleven emerging artists working in a range of methodologies, conceptual frameworks, and media.
Shohei Katayama MFA ’19 has been selected to participate in the Tough Art 2017 Artist Residency program at the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh.
The symposium addresses the history of flânerie and the contemporary race and gender politics enmeshed in various physical and digital public spaces.
Professor Ragona developed the photographic / archival project “H2OH!: A Critical History of Class and Water” which examines access to clean water.
The School of Art’s MFA Program has a long history marked by innovative approaches to pedagogy.
“More Delicate Things” curated by Anna Nelson and Meg Wolensky showcase works by female and non-binary artists that range from the heartbreakingly sincere to the absurd.
Lucas Artists Fellows are selected through an international selection process, which is held for each discipline approximately every three years.
Nick Crockett MFA ’19 exhibits his game, “The Whole World [Tiny Travelogue]” at the Now Play This festival at the Somerset House in London from April 7-9, as part of the London Games Festival.