3,677 entries were submitted from 106 countries for 2017 Prix Ars Electronica consideration. Ars Electronica is the leading international festival examining art, technology, and society.
Month: September 2017
For nearly half a century, Lowry Burgess has been a cornerstone of Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Art. This past year, he retired.
Professor Vesari published “Picasso/Boccioni in perspective” in the online acts of the international congress on Picasso’s sculptures organized last year by the Picasso Museum in Paris.
Now on view at Eastern Michigan State University in Ypsilanti, the “Great Lakes Drawing Biennial” is national contemporary works on paper exhibition occurring every two years.
“Fictions” is a survey of recent work by nineteen emerging artists of African descent who live and work across the United States.
Allison Smith and Christina Zetterlund present “Models for a System,” the seventh installation of “In That Case” at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco. The exhibition is on view July 20,2017 – July 3, 2018.
Featuring Washko’s latest iteration of her video game The Game: The Game, the exhibition invites audiences to engage with the world of pick-up artists from the point of view of a femme presenting person.
“Delirious: Art at the Limits of Reason, 1950-1980” explores the embrace of irrationality among American, Latin American, and European artists.
Professors Imin Yeh and John Peña were invited to create a new work of art in an edition of 20 for this year’s CSA PGH (Community Supported Art).
Tough Art is an innovative artist residency program that challenges artists and audiences to rethink their ideas of interactive museum experiences in one of the toughest venues–a children’s museum.