The exhibition is co-curated by alumnus Paola Cabal (BFA ‘98) and Kathryn Schaffer and also includes the work of alumnus Seldon Yuan (BHA ‘98).
Month: October 2017
Jamison Edgar was awarded Graduate Student Small Project Help (GuSH) funds for his project “Pop Engagements and the Language of Activism.”
This year’s conference, titled Graphic Mimicry: Intermediality in Print and the Art of Imitation, will examine the intervisual dialogue between prints and other media from both a historical and contemporary perspective of the medium.
The Athens Games Festival is the first international game business conference in Greece, that will take place on 28-29 October 2017 at the Helexpo Maroussi exhibition centre in Attica.
Common Field’s Convening is an itinerant annual gathering that brings together 350+ local and national organizers to explore the state of the field of arts organizing and to share resources, knowledge and methods for artist-led, artist-run, and artist-centered projects, spaces and practices.
In the Sunday, October 15 issue of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Julie Azzam reviewed Salman Rushdie’s 13th novel, “The Golden House.”
Professor Farrell’s work “River Moon” is included in a group exhibition of paintings, drawings, sculptures and photographs at Jeff Bailey Gallery in Hudson, New York, October 14 – November 26.
The artists in this exhibition explore the ways in which printed signage in its various forms reflects the values of a consumerist society, physically dominating the built environment, conferring authenticity and authority, codifying desirability, and blurring the lines between the economic and the political.
“More Than Private,” an exhibition of the photographic and video work of New York–based artist Carrie Schneider, is the first time Schneider’s work has been exhibited in Philadelphia, and her largest solo show to-date on the East Coast.
The Long Run: painting out of time – is an exhibition of contemporary painting.