After publishing a cartoon on gun control in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette in 2014, Rob Rogers’ (MFA ’84) work is once again getting recirculated on social media following the shooting in Sutherland Springs, Texas.
Month: November 2017
Jenn Gooch is a multidisciplinary artist, musician, and dancer from Texas. Her recent work is influenced by her childhood, growing up Pentecostal outside of Dallas.
“Resort” explores the social and political issues and injustices that continue to shape the way we treat asylum seekers.
On the occasion of her latest release, titled “EP2,” Natalia Barr of Interview Magazine spoke with Kathy Lee BHA ’15 (aka Yaeji) about how her training in visual art has shared her music career.
Professor Washko is giving two talks in Los Angeles about her recent work.
“The Client” is a project by “Welcome To My Faith In You,” an artistic collaboration between MFA Candidate Gray Swartzel and Verónica Vega.
In reaction to White House Chief of Staff John F. Kelly’s comments that the Civil War could have been avoided through compromise, Professor Johnson published an article on Hyperallergic.
Celeste Neuhaus is an interdisciplinary Artist, Educator, Ecofeminist, and Critical Mystic. Her assemblages, performances, sculptures, and videos synthesize the seemingly disparate underlying forces at play in the ecosystem of the cosmos. Revealing elemental interrelations between between the body, psyche, culture, and planet, her practice is dedicated to recontextualizing an aesthetics of healing.
“Sweet” will present seven new paintings and an installation of two oversized mixed media sculptural hoodies.
At the inaugural Interdisciplinary Graduate Conference at Georgia State University, Professor Washko will give the creative keynote address, titled “Going to the Source: On Interventions and Performance in Online Environments,” on Saturday, November 4 at 1:00pm.