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Professor Kim Beck Exhibits Solo Show at Montalvo Art Center

Associate Professor Kim Beck exhibits new animations and works on paper in a solo show at Montalvo Art Center. As a Fellow at the Lucas Artist Program (LAP) at Montalvo Arts Center, the works on view in this exhibition were created by the artist during a three month residency at the LAP this spring. Beck’s worksare based on experiences of external and internal landscapes, the limits of representation and language, and the process of drawing as a metaphor for change.

Professor Elaine A. King Retires

After 36 years in the School of Art, Professor Elaine A. King will be retiring. King began teaching with CMU in 1981, and as a Professor of Art History & Theory has helped shape and carry the School of Art’s critical studies courses through three decades of modern and contemporary art. Her students have gone on to graduate… Read more »

Congratulations 2017 Art Award Recipients

Congratulations to our undergraduate and graduate student awardees! The School of Art Awards recognize excellence across all disciplines, and seed the creation of new work. 2017 marks the addition of The Birnbaum Award to our family, in honor of CMU alumna and renowned feminist artist Dara Birnbaum. Presented annually to a graduating senior whose work… Read more »

Sherri Wolfgang BFA ’83 Exhibits Solo Show at Housatonic Art Museum

Sherri Wolfgang BFA ’83 presents her first solo exhibition Jun 1 – Jul 31 at the Housatonic Art Museum, Bridgeport, MA, with an opening reception Jun 15 from 5:30-8pm. After graduating from CMU Wolfgang lived as a commercial artist in NYC. She formed a reknowned illustration studio, called Dynamic Duo, creating covers for Time, Barron’s, Sports Illustrated… Read more »

Professor Pedercini Speaks at Game Happens!

Associate Professor of Art Paolo Pedercini speaks at Game Happens! June 23-24 in Genova, Italy, which investigates the relationship between performance and experience, theatre and virtual reality, narrative and environmental design.

On The Ground: Katie Rose Pipkin at The 2017 Games Developers Conference

On the Ground is a series featuring research by graduate and undergraduate School of Art students at Carnegie Mellon University that offers a glimpse into the particular contexts, processes, and methods of inquiry that drive their work beyond the confines of the studio. This installment comes from Katie Rose Pipkin, a 2018 Masters of Fine Arts candidate whose is a drawing and language artist from the woods outside of Austin, TX.