Materials Redefined focuses on seven contemporary artists who work with their selected materials in non-traditional ways.
Month: August 2021
Welcome from Head of School Charlie White
I want to warmly welcome you all back to campus, and to being back in person!
Laura Hudspith MFA ’23 Exhibits with The Portrait Gallery of Canada
Hudspith’s tableau vivant “On The Table” (2017) is included in the exhibition “In Keeping with Myself,” curated by Darren Pottie.
Shori Sims BFA ’22 Exhibits in London, UK
Sims will be showing a remix of Dara Birnbaum’s “Transformation/Technology: Wonder Woman.”
Professor Ragona Selected as Curator for Spring/Break Art Show
Ragona will curate an exhibition of work by Alina Bliumis titled “The Camouflage of Laughter” for the Spring/ Break Art Show.
David is a programmer and an artist.
Professor DeYoung Exhibits Work at the ALC Video Art Festival in Spain
The festival features over 200 works by international artists during the five-day event, offering reflections on the complexities of our time.
Professor Washko’s ‘Workhorse Queen’ Screens in Festivals Across the US and Canada in Summer 2021
The film was screened in festivals in Lincoln, NE; Bentonville, AR; Vancouver, Cananda; New Haven, CT; Denver, CO; and Joshua Tree, CA.
Professor Washko Exhibits at The Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts
“Boy Box” optimistically proposes broader access to the joys and benefits of fluid, detachable masculine traits.
Marianne Hoffmeister MFA ’22 Awarded a 2021 Seebacher Prize for Fine Arts
The Seebacher fellowship recipients study with well-known and highly-respected artists, curators and art critics from around the world