“Plain Silk, Uncarved Wood” seeks to claim space for Asian American artists in what is still predominantly a white cultural space.
Month: August 2022
Brent Nakamoto is a multidisciplinary artist with a background in painting and drawing, printmaking, photography, and book arts. He received his BA in Art from UC Santa Barbara in 2012 and and MFA in Visual Arts from the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts at Washington University in St. Louis in 2018. He… Read more »
The series taps into the incredible minds of artists, technologists and futurists, to embark upon the conversations that matter most in today’s world.
At the Academy, Baid participated in a workshop titled ‘Editing as Practice’ led by Bangladeshi filmmaker and photographer Munem Wasif.
“Literally So Hot” imagines the artist’s own sublime dystopia.
The exhibition, on view July 9 through September 3, centers around the theme of Garden.
DOC-O-RAMA presents five documentaries that celebrate those who were bold enough to call for change.
It’s such a joy to welcome our returning students back to campus and our new students to campus for the first time!
The exhibition features twelve artists that explore the eccentric or uncanny in their work.
“Mother, Player” is an experimental narrative video game featuring pregnancy and early parenthood stories from artists during the global pandemic