Professor Merrell’s work is included in an exhibition at Roswell Museum and Art Center of current and former fellows of the Roswell Artist-in-Residence Program.
Month: October 2017
In his interview with Bad Luck, School of Art Senior Kasem Kydd talks about his artistic practice and the desire to create space for people of color in the art world.
Curated by Corey Carrington, “Electric Kool-Aid” explores Psychedelia through the lenses of Afro-Futurism and Afro-Surrealism.
Joyce Kozloff: “Girlhood,” on view October 5 to November 4, unites the artist’s ongoing mixed media cartographic art with recently unearthed childhood drawings.
For 21 years, the 1992 CMU art alumnus has been responsible for maintaining the electronic, computing and audio-visual equipment for the school.
“Fact or Fiction: The Hand in Photography and Information” examines interventions in photographic and digital processes with paint, sculpture and technology.
“Birdland and the Anthropocene” at The Peale invites us to consider how the city’s architecture and the built environment impact the natural ecosystems in the Anthropocene.
“The Undiscovered Drawer” presents many of the therapeutic products that promise betterment, as Moulton’s other half, her surreal character Cynthia, explores a cabinet that at first appears small in stature, but drawers conceal other drawers, opening up worlds within worlds within worlds.
Professor Versari’s essay appears in the catalogue for “Enrico Prampolini: Futurism, Stage Design and Polish Avant-Garde Theater,” on view at Muzeum Sztuki in Łódź, Poland through October 8.
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