Faculty Scott Andrew, Kim Beck, Jamie Gruszka, Kristen Letts Kovak, and Angela Washko are among the 87 Pittsburgh artists in a new exhibition at Space.
Month: May 2019
From May 30 to July 17, Print Technician Kellie Hames will an artist in residence at Atelier Le Grand Village Charente Limousine in France.
“Vessels in Five Dimensions” explores the spatial fluidity between two-dimensional images and three-dimensional forms.
The exhibition “Crumbling Contours,” on view May 14 to June 15, portrays the struggle to obtain freedom from the all-consuming city life.
“Unfeeling Capitalism” is part of NGHTSHFTS, a new series that honors those who labor in the dark — unseen, unpaid, and unprotected.
GEM 2019 includes a new platform for the exhibition of performances, artworks, and experiences that utilize emerging technologies.
Throughout his time at CMU, Daniel See has used his artistic practice as a tool to foster connections and to serve the community.
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Kellie Hames’ lithograph “History Upon Us” is included in “Grand Village Lithographies et Tissages” at the Pôle Expérimental Métiers d’Art de Nontron.