In “This is Presence,” the Institute for New Feeling presents a digital voyage through their fabricated SEO (search engine optimization) marketing campaign.
Month: March 2018
Phillip Scarpone will show sculpture as part of the University of Delaware Alumni Invitational at The Delaware Contemporary, on view March 31 – April 26.
Tartan Art profiles student artists and publishes editorials on issues that are important to School of Art students. As the group grows, they’re hoping that being featured on Tartan Art could help students make connections that are helpful to their careers.
Professor Kim Beck’s lecture will cover her work and its relationship to the tradition of American landscape painting and photography. I
Along with local artists Guinevere Marrow and Kevin Clancy, Professor Celeste Neuhaus will create an installation for “Boundless,” a benefit and dance party for refugees, on March 31 from 8:30pm – 2:00am at Community Forge in Wilkinsburg.
Professor Angela Washko’s solo exhibition of “The Game: The Game” at the Museum of the Moving Image was written about in the New Yorker, BOMB Magazine, Vice: Broadly, and Kotaku.
For this exhibition, In Terms of Performance is reimagined as an installation for visitors, while selections from the Leon Levy BAM Digital Archive illuminate and extend key points from IToP’s web of reference.
“States of Play: Roleplay Reality” steps inside the complex, contemporary landscape of video games. A collection of works (from a diverse range of practices and voices) focus on the use of roleplay within gaming, and the unique ability of this particular media to merge the real and the unreal.
For the exhibition, Professor Slavick will exhibit “R&R(…&R),” a series that culls images of regeneration from the art and architecture of areas in current or recent conflict.
On March 24th in Seattle, Professor of Art Golan Levin will present a critical assessment of STEM-to-STEAM education.