Professor Andrew Ellis Johnson has work included in the exhibition “‘Very Well, Thank You’: The Arts as a Means to Well Being” at the Northern Illinois University Art Museum in DeKalb. The exhibition is on view March 26 through May 15. “Very Well, Thank You” investigates the unique role and way the visual and performing… Read more »
Month: March 2021
Professor DeYoung discusses his work “The Big (Deep) Sleep,” as well as his moving-image practice and early filmmaking influences.
My work consists of painting, sculpture, and taxidermy that try to answer questions about boredom, loss, and coming out in both my own personal and shared histories.
Dr. Elizabeth Hlavek is an art therapist specializing in the treatment of eating disorders, especially in adolescents.
Sheika Lugtu is a cartoonist, educator, and publisher.
“Founder” presents large scale ink and gouache paintings on paper and marble sculptures.
Friends Forever presents all new work in wide ranging media by Lau Hochi, Jackson McKeehan, Nathalie Moreno, David Noel, Max Spitzer, and Huidi Xiang.
In this newly-created position within the school, Sheika will build relationships with high schools across the country and around the world.
“The Stream” is a live experimental music and wearable sculpture-based video performance.
A lot of my work deals with how to make things fit into the uncanny valley without being bloody.