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Month: February 2022
Ragona argues that the focus on Mekas’ intimate forms of cinema has evaded the importance of his conceptual approaches to music, sound, and language.
Sculptures and large works on paper present depictions exposing our nation’s flawed foundation and its enduring legacy.
A touchstone for experimental and electronic music since its first release in 1982, Touch creates sonic and visual productions.
Welcome to the weekly Alumni News Update
“The Regional” is the first major multi-museum survey dedicated to contemporary artists based in the Midwest.
We caught up with four alumni working in public art: Adriana Garcia, Will Schlough, Carin Mincemoyer, and Oreen Cohen.
Examining narcissistic narratives and queer incoherence, this book will comprise six chapters and 80 color images.
“On Our Backs” explores the links between queerness, sex work, art and activism, and the ways in which they have led to radical transformation.
As part of a program celebrating the work of the Sustainability Lab Fellows, several of Washko’s works will screen at the center.