Beginning September 22, CMU MFA candidates will have a new off-campus space to develop and exhibit work, collaborate with other artists and thinkers, and enrich the artistic and cultural dialogue of Pittsburgh and beyond.
Month: September 2017
What on the surface appears to be a tool to predict wealth, Penny is actually a system to examine artificial intelligence and machine learning.
“Language Is Not Transparent [Brussels, 2017]” is Mel Bochner’s first solo show with the gallery and his first exhibition in Brussels for more than 20 years.
For two days in September, Google brings together some of Pittsburgh’s leading designers, artists, technologists, and researchers, including School of Art faculty.
“Avalanche” is an enhanced water drink designed by the artist collective, the Institute for New Feeling, consisting of Adjunct Professor and MFA alum Scott Andrew, and MFA alums Agnes Bolt and Nina Sarnelle.
For “Wanderlust: Actions, Traces, Journeys 1967-2017,” Professor Kim Beck was commissioned to do a skywriting project, which is presented on 10 billboards around Buffalo, as well as in a series of light boxes at UB Art Gallery.
“FACE” invites the viewer to meet faces that are familiar yet have never existed.