The class of 2019 is filled with visionary thinkers and creators who are more open, more advanced in cultural awareness, more tolerant in their relations to one another, more evolved in their identities, and more aware of the planet’s needs than any generation prior.
Isla Hansen uses sculpture, installation, and performance to reinterpret and complicate the body’s relationship to technology.
Throughout his time at CMU, Daniel See has used his artistic practice as a tool to foster connections and to serve the community.
Through their longstanding collaborative practice, Bishop-Root and Stringer engage with the ways art exists within a local context.
Katherine Hubbard uses photography, writing, and performance to examine photography’s continuing significance.
An exhibition of work by award recipients will be held May 1 through 10 in the foyers, hallways, and Ellis gallery on the third floor of the College of Fine Arts.
“I cannot think of many others who have given as much or been as passionately devoted to her students and their growth as artists as Susanne,” said Dan Martin, Dean of the College of Fine Arts.
Nathalie Moreno’s trip was an opportunity for her to examine her roots as a Cuban-American and to better understand the relationship between Miami and Cuba.
Katayama received the MTV RE:DEFINE Art Award for his installation “Kintsukuroi | Golden Repair,” which he made during a residency in the Arctic Circle.
Jessica Vaughn examines the underlying systems of everyday life to expose hierarchies of power and embedded injustices within bureaucracies.