“Others Who Struggle with Nature” features new work by Professor Lyndon Barrois Jr., and his first solo presentation in New York.
Month: November 2020
Wormsley’s grant will support her ongoing project “Children of NAN,” which will serve as a survival guide for Black women by Black women.
Lauren Hecht is an animatic editor at Netflix, and she previously worked at Cartoon Network on Steven Universe.
The festival has programmed over 100 films from more than 20 countries, 80 of which will be presented in an outdoor cinema.
We caught up with six 2020 graduates to learn about what they’re doing now and what advice they may have for students graduating this spring.
Here I’m experimenting more with material, and the way that I am rendering the face.
This audio provides a glimpse into spaces within Pittsburgh through sounds that come along with going through a door.
“Crosswind Landing” explores the desire to see and be seen.
Sixty-four international films will be highlighted during this year’s program, covering a vast array of genres and subject matter.
Pedercini will give virtual talks for the PLAY20, the Manchester International Festival, and for Mackenzie Art Gallery.