To develop my meditative art practice, I wanted to have a clearer understanding of meditation, and why people need to practice meditation in an urban environment.
Month: October 2018
Embracing an aesthetic stimulated by love, intimacy, and sensuality, each artist in the exhibition combines their own narrative within figurative art.
Professor Paolo Pedercini’s game “Dogness” and work by School of Art alumna Shana Moulton MFA ’04 are included in the 6th Athens Biennial, titled “ANTI.”
Professor Heidi Wiren Bartlett and her collaborator Jennifer Masada will be performing an 8-hour durational piece on Friday, October 19 titled “S O I L.”
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Professor Washko’s work “The Game: The Game” is also an official selection for IndieCade Europe.
Started by recent alumni, Wick Editor has grown from a class project to an online tool used by aspiring artists and creatives across the United States.
“Near Misses,” an exhibition featuring recent works by Professor Imin Yeh and San Francisco based artist Jon Gourley is on view at Bass & Reiner Gallery.
“Keyword: International” is a collaborative initiative to creatively define Pittsburgh as an international city at this moment in time.
Professor John Peña will release the fourth edition of his annual collection of daily drawings, titled Daily Geology 2017, at Copacetic Comics.