Lee’s work, “Natural Rhythm,” consists of twenty eight books composed from the ephemeral and transformative colors of the sky.
Month: November 2017
The Chicago Art Book Fair is dedicated to showcasing emerging directions and diverse legacies within small press arts publishing.
The 2017 UCLA Game Art Festival showcases the year’s most cutting-edge videogames and interactive arts at the Hammer Museum on November 14.
Professor Jon Rubin’s “Photograph Yourself Naked at Your Parent’s House” ‘retires’ famous and infamous student art projects from the San Francisco Art Institute’s past.
“Homesweet” is centered around photographing Pittsburgh’s queer community in their homes, away from outside performance and projections, while also addressing the lack of a gay neighborhood and spaces.
“Ocular Evidence” is exhibition of new paintings and cyanotypes provides evidence of the many different bodies of work McGinness has been exploring in recent years.
On November 14, Pittsburgh Filmmakers is screening a program titled “Imaging the Flesh: Queer & Feminist Pioneers in Handcrafted Film” at Melwood Screening Room followed by a roundtable discussion.
Breaking Through, the 4th panel for the Cleveland Sculptors Network, focuses on various strategies for sculptors and other artists of our region to reach audiences, galleries, not-for-profit exhibition spaces, contemporary art centers, museums, sculpture parks, and other venues for showing their art beyond our region.
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.
“Resort” explores the social and political issues and injustices that continue to shape the way we treat asylum seekers.