Professor Joe Mannino’s 1994 ceramic sculpture is “An Eye for Ai Yi Yi Yi Yi” is among the artworks in a new sculpture park at the Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art – Ligonier Valley.
Month: September 2018
Professor Maria Elena Versari’s latest article, devoted to political inscriptions, memorialization and iconoclasm, has just been published in the journal Word and Image.
“Being Here with You/ Estando aquí contigo” brings together work by 42 artists and collectives, including Professor Janelle Iglesias, living and working in the San Diego and Tijuana region.
“Students of Artist Who Teach” features School of Art juniors Ema Furusho and Mairead Dambruch, along with several recent alumni.
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Created as part of the Tough Art artist residency, School of Art Juniors Miranda Miller and Lumi Barron will premiere their work “Light Showers.”
Holland Cotter writes for The New York Times that Professor Shimoyama’s solo show is one of the exhibitions he is looking forward to seeing this fall.
“Loops at a Spool” features works on paper, created by Las Hermanas Iglesias, alongside textile counterparts that function as visual translations, knit by Bodhild, their mother.
With its railroads and coal tipples, its mountains blasted in search of subterranean treasures, museums filled with artifacts of hard and dangerous labor below ground, Appalachian “Coal Country” has been profoundly shaped by extractive industry.
Tom Hughes is an arts management professional with over a decade of experience assisting creative individuals and arts organizations.