The project that won the Impact Award, “The Game: The Game,” is a video game presenting the practices of prominent seduction coaches (aka pick-up artists).
Started by recent alumni, Wick Editor has grown from a class project to an online tool used by aspiring artists and creatives across the United States.
“Cry, Baby” at The Andy Warhol Museum marks the first museum solo exhibition by Devan Shimoyama, the Cooper-Siegel Assistant Professor in the School of Art.
Professor Paolo Pedercini’s piece “Phone Story” is part of a major exhibition at the V&A Museum in London that explores the medium of videogames since the mid-2000s.
Organized in collaboration with Carnegie Museum of Art and Carnegie International, 57th Edition, 2018.
Janelle Iglesias, whose work is informed by her background in Cultural Anthropology, will join the faculty for the 2018-19 academic year. Sean Lynch, whose work mines forgotten history to examine contemporary society, will join the faculty for the Spring 2019 semester.
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.
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.