Faculty and alumni are featured this week in two fairs showcasing emerging and mid-career artists during a major international arts week in New York City. Work by Devan Shimoyama, Danny Ferrell, Patrick Meagher, Leah Crowley Piepgras, and Jessica Vaughn can be seen at the curator-driven Spring/Break and Independent NEW YORK between March 1-6, 2017.
On the Ground is a new 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. Our first installment features Paper Buck, a 2019 Masters of Fine… Read more »
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 Erin Mallea, a 2019 Masters of Fine Arts… Read more »
“UNLOADED”, a traveling exhibition organized by Andrew W. Mellon Professor Susanne Slavick, opens at Bolivar Art Gallery at University Lexington, KY, Jan 20 with a reception at 4:30pm. The show runs through Feb 18.
Assistant Professor of Art Echo Eggebrecht presents a Visiting Artist Lecture Feb 9 at Cornell University, NY.
Dorothy L. Stubnitz Professor of Art Clayton Merrell and alumni Peter Mandradjieff BFA ’01 exhibit in “Incremental Shift” Jan 26 – Mar 4 at Concept Art Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA. Opening reception Jan 26 from 6-8pm, and artist talk Feb 25 at 2pm.
Assistant Professor Imin Yeh exhibits in “Idols and Impossible Structures: New Prints 2017/Winter” Jan 19 – Apr 1 at the International Print Center of New York, with a reception Jan 19 from 6-8pm.
The School of Art is excited to announce our Spring 2017 Visiting Artist Lecture Series, featuring Sandi Hilal, A.L. Steiner, Petra Cortright, Marc Horowitz, Firelei Baez, Wangechi Mutu & Adrienne Edwards, Imin Yeh, and Huey Copeland.
Assistant Professor Imin Yeh exhibits her project Phone Jack in “A Sculpture For Not Networking” at STNDRD. Phone Jack was a part of GHOST, a project and pop-up gallery at The Luminary in the spring of 2016 curated by Printeresting, which is now permanently on exhibit at STNDRD.
Head of School Charlie White’s Essay “Plato’s Cave” Published in Buffalo Zine #4 Autumn-Winter 2016/17.