In “Cry, Baby,” Shimoyama presents a world where race, sexuality, and identity can operate from a point of freedom generated by inner strength.
As I look back on this year, I am humbled by the incredible privilege we all share in being part of the School of Art at Carnegie Mellon University, and certain that such privilege makes it our duty as artists, thinkers, and visionaries to help move society forward.
The School of Art Announces Faculty Appointments in Critical Studies and Electronic and Time-Based Media
Beginning in Fall 2018, Dr. Jongwoo Jeremy Kim will join the School as Associate Professor in the area of Critical Studies and Johannes DeYoung will join the School as Assistant Professor in the area of Electronic and Time-Based Media.
Winners were announced for the Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Awards, along with the Interdisciplinary Award, the C.G. Douglas “Wrong-Way” Corrigan Travel Fellowship, and the Dara Birnbaum Senior Award.
Fifth Year Scholar Lauren Valley Launches “Electric Women,” A New Platform to Highlight Women of Color in the Digital Art Space
In the world of digital art, women of color are largely underrepresented.
- FacultyExhibits from Professor Rich Pell’s Center for PostNatural History are on view at Carnegie Museum of Natural History
- FacultyProfessor Melissa Ragona Publishes Essay on Carolee Schneemann for Carnegie Museum of Art Storyboard
- FacultyMiller Gallery Director Elizabeth Chodos is part of the National Team for Common Field Convening
- FacultyProfessors Paul Mullins and Devan Shimoyama Exhibit in “The Long Run” at SPACE in Pittsburgh
- FacultyProfessor Merrell Exhibits in “Electric Kool-Aid” at the Brew House Association in Pittsburgh