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Month: February 2018
In conjunction with the MoMA PS1 retrospective Carolee Schneemann: Kinetic Painting, the Museum of Modern Art will host a screening event and discussion in celebration of the artist’s oeuvre on March 5.
This panel discussion will consider the artist’s ‘solid light’ films and projections in relation to his own artistic career, as well as within the context of historical and contemporary developments in drawing, sculpture and cinema.
Professor Angela Washko speak on panel titled “The Web as Political Space” and Professor Maria Elena Versari co-organized and is the co-chair of the panel “’68 and After: Art and Political Engagement in Europe.”
Phillip Scarpone will present a solo exhibition at the Center in March 2019.
A new additional major in Engineering and Arts, offered by Carnegie Mellon University’s College of Engineering and College of Fine Arts, combines the study of engineering and art into one, integrated degree.
Inspired by the African Diaspora, historical and current world events, as well as everyday life in her DC neighborhood, Stout creates in a variety of media, including painting, drawing, mixed media sculpture, photography and installation.
“Now, as students, is your time to work as hard as you absolutely can to absorb as much as possible. The rest of your life will be a slow burn of realizing what you absorbed.”
Professor Pedercini is one of eight featured game designers in “A Decade of Game Design” presented at the Museum of the Moving Image as part of IndieCade East.
“The Particular Past” explores the spaces between knowledge and belief. By rewriting and reimagining past and present, the artists in the exhibition embody the political and cultural moment where expertise, truth, and even the past are malleable.