Through a mix of contemporary mediums including video, sculpture, photography, and installation, the artists have turned the Bunker Projects gallery into a space for imaging possible futures.
Month: April 2018
“Here is Something That You Might Like to Have” is an exhibition of collaborative works by Professors Imin Yeh and Paul Mullins that is concerned with how we converse with our pasts, and examines the correlations between wanting, reminiscence, and gift giving.
Encompassing the entire top floor of the current GSIA building, adjacent to the College of Fine Arts, the new School of Art graduate facility will provide 18 individual studios, a study space, administrative offices, and flexible-use space.
The conference was a single day to consider how “informatic systems shape social organization,” an especially timely topic given the growth of machine learning, big data, and the influence of social media on human thought.
For “20/20 Hindsight = 40 Years,” an exhibition celebrating 40 years of Spaces in Cleveland, Professor James Duesing exhibits his animation “Gray Elegy.”
“It is with the warmest congratulations that I announce that Associate Professor Allison Smith has been appointed Dean of Fine Arts at California College of the Arts (CCA). While we are sad to see her leave Carnegie Mellon University, I am confident that Allison will excel in her new leadership position at CCA.”
Based on interviews with a culturally, geographically, and aesthetically diverse group of 75 mid-career artists, the book is a reassessment of the methods and approaches used by highly successful artists in their practices.
Late last fall, artists, scholars, conservators, and aficionados gathered at for “The Road Less Traveled” Conference the John Michael Kohler Arts Center in Sheboygan, Wisconsin to discuss the preservation, promotion, and stewardship of artist-built environments.
The tightly curated list of 32 includes artists and collectives from across the globe, focusing on what it means to be “international” in this moment in time.
The John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Fellowship, one of the most prestigious grants for contemporary art, is awarded to individuals who have demonstrated exceptional capacity for productive scholarship or exceptional creative ability in the arts.