Professor Smith is part of panel that includes artists from the U.S. and from Saudi Arabia discussing strategies of collaboration in an academic context.
Month: November 2017
Professor John Peña will be selling his artwork at Handmade Arcade Saturday, December 2nd from 11am-7pm at The David L Lawrence Convention Center.
The oldest honor society in the United States, Phi Beta Kappa exists only at the top ten percent of U.S. colleges and universities and accepts only ten percent of students at those universities.
“Futurism: A Microhistory” presents a microhistory or ‘history from below’ of Italian Futurism, one of Europe’s most famous avant-garde movements.
The Slamdance showcase DIG (Digital, Interactive & Gaming) features new and unseen works by emerging visual artists and indie game developers from around the world.
Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:, the 16th iteration of an ever-evolving group exhibition located at 630 Flushing Avenue, Brooklyn, NY.
Professor Kovak’s exhibitions, “On Looking” at 707 Penn Gallery and “White Noise” at 709 Gallery in Pittsburgh, are on view November 17 to January 28.
In recognition of exemplary artistic achievements and the promise of future work, Sarika Goulatia BFA ’06 will receive a grant of $15,000 and an award object designed by sculptor Thaddeus Mosley.
Feminist art cannot be easily categorized by male-dominated establishment and as such it is often ignored. A question emerges: What is feminist art? And more accurately what is feminist art today?
“Ryan McGinness: Studio Views” consists of a large-scale installation based on his studio practice and a presentation of drawings and iconography created from artworks in the Museum’s collection.