For the exhibition, Professor Maria Elena Versari contributed important scholarship and published in essay in the catalogue.
Month: May 2018
Her talk will address the intersection between transnational intellectual and artistic networks and national foreign politics in 1920s Berlin.
From the Purnell Center for the Arts to the Kraus Campo, the influence of Martin Prekop’s 25 years of service to Carnegie Mellon University is evident across campus.
As I look back on this year, I am humbled by the incredible privilege we all share in being part of the School of Art at Carnegie Mellon University, and certain that such privilege makes it our duty as artists, thinkers, and visionaries to help move society forward.
“Civil Rights and Civil Wrongs: South Africa and US” brings together four artists from South Africa and three artists from Pittsburgh, each confronting racial politics using different mediums.
Professor Angela Washko’s project was featured in Harper’s Magazine and in Pittsburgh City Paper.
Prof. Versari will present a talk titled “Iconoclasm, oblivion, normalization and privatization: ideological issues in the conservation of Italian monuments.”
Beginning in Fall 2018, Dr. Jongwoo Jeremy Kim will join the School as Associate Professor in the area of Critical Studies and Johannes DeYoung will join the School as Assistant Professor in the area of Electronic and Time-Based Media.
Johannes DeYoung is an artist whose work in experimental animation and time-based media explores themes of animism and human psychology.
Dr. Jongwoo Jeremy Kim is a specialist of modern and contemporary art addressing issues concerning gender, race, and sexuality. Kim is the author of Painted Men in Britain, 1868-1918: Royal Academicians and Masculinities (2012; 2016) and is co-editor of the interdisciplinary anthology Queer Difficulty in Art and Poetry: Rethinking the Sexed Body in Verse and Visual Culture (2017).