“Take a Number: Artists and Bureaucracy,” features seven artists who explore, co-opt, and challenge bureaucratic systems and structures.
Month: September 2021
In a video interview, Ahmad takes us into her studio to learn about her project “Marking Year.”
Professor Kim Beck‘s work “Here” debuts a new annual, artist-designed flag project for the Laumeier Sculpture Park in Saint Louis, MO. Her work is on view through December 19. Beck’s series of three flags feature patterns and textures captured from Laumeier’s landscape through the process of rubbings. By literally and metaphorically elevating traces of the… Read more »
As part of Reel Q: Pittsburgh LGBTQ+ Film Festival, Washko will screen her documentary at The Andy Warhol Museum on October 15 at 7:00 PM.
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This exhibition offers the first systematic examination of Archipenko’s influence on Italian art in the first half of the century.
We spoke with students who completed internships at an artist’s studio, at Amazon, and at a Los Angeles gallery.
Chen and Oates are part of Cloud Salon, a Zoom webinar series that invites artists, designers, technologists, and industry professionals to present projects.
Rubin’s work responds to the prompt “Land Lifted” from the work “Historic Site” and is on view September 19 through October 15.
Professor Johannes DeYoung presents new works at the Supernova Digital Animation Festival in Denver, CO during the month of September 2021. The Festival brings digital animation and motion art to the public through an extensive network of LED displays located in downtown Denver, Colorado, and to animation enthusiasts worldwide through the festival’s online programming. Supernova’s… Read more »