After 25 years of the World Wide Web it has become commonplace that our life also happens in digital communication spaces. But unease spreads in this digital life.
Month: August 2017
Commissioned by the Guggenheim Museum, “…circle through New York” took six venues located around a circular path in New York City and rotated important items to each venue among the spaces.
With support from the Frank-Ratchye STUDIO for Creative Inquiry, students developed Wick, a free, online, open-source alternative to Flash for the modern web.
‘The Red-Haired Woman’ is a beautifully written parable, a thoughtful consideration of Western and Eastern myths of fathers and sons, and the limits of free will.
A new collaboration between CMU’s Frank-Ratchye STUDIO for Creative Inquiry and CMoA aims to identify, annotate, and organize visually distinctive features through the use of advanced machine learning and computer vision techniques.
Featuring Ian Cheng, Erin Markey, Shannon Ebner, Malik Gaines, Erin Cosgrove, Angela Dufresne, and Sarah Oppenheimer.
Following the expressions of white supremacist, anti-Semitic, and homophobic hatred and violence that emerged over the weekend in Charlottesville, it is important for the School of Art to restate its values and make clear those of the university.
A painted portrait of Jennifer Lawrence is one of four different cover images commissioned by Vogue for its September issue, marking the magazine’s 125th anniversary.
Professor Kristen Letts Kovak was awarded the 2016/17 Wimmer Faculty Fellowship for the Development of Teaching from CMU’s Eberly Center for Teaching Excellence and Educational Innovation for redeveloping “Drawing for Non-Majors.”