Marianne will work with an interdisciplinary team to develop her research project “A Study of Beaverness: How (not) to be a World Destroyer.”
Month: May 2022
Johnson and Slavick’s artworks address timely themes surrounding peoples affected by migration due to war, famine, climate change, political repression, and social injustice.
Johannes DeYoung presents a talk on the roles of caricature and political satire in contemporary art animation.
Professor Johannes DeYoung presents a talk about his work at the Society for Animation Studies’ annual convening at Teeside University, in Middlesbrough, UK, June 26 through July 3. The Society for Animation Studies (SAS) is an international organization dedicated to the study of animation history and theory. Founded by Dr. Harvey Deneroff in 1987, the… Read more »
The international film event celebrates independent film & art from all parts of the globe.
DeYoung’s work will be presented in the festival program, “Living For Peace,” with works that talk about peace and the tragedies of war.
“Frame & Frequency” is an ongoing International Film & Video Art Screening Series presented by VisArts.
“Designing Peace” explores the unique role design can play in pursuing peace.
Professor Yoko Sekino-Bové will teach two ceramic workshops, one focused on glazes and the other on porcelain throwing, at the center.
The award is given to an under-recognized artist whose work demonstrates high artistic merit while challenging artistic conventions.