Professors Susanne Slavick, Ginger Brooks Takahashi, and Alisha Wormsley are among the 10 artists chosen for the Diversity Billboard Project.
Visitors are chosen by professors with the aim of increasing the diversity and range of perspectives presented in courses.
Around Beaver County, she is warmly referred to as the “First Lady of the Arts”
Jessica Gaynelle Moss in an artist and arts worker focused on new frameworks and strategies to build, maintain, and sustain Black autonomous spaces.
As an artist, Lauren’s work explores an evolving tendency to integrate ourselves (willingly and unwillingly) with machines.
We denounce the racist vandalism that occurred earlier this week on The Fence, which changed “Black Lives Matter” to “All Lives Matter”
Though the start of this year looks different from any other, it is truly wonderful to welcome our new students and welcome back our returning students!
Montinar’s work examines how the Haitian Revolutionary phrase “Koupe Tet, Boule Kay” has meaning today in the context of the Black Lives Matter movement.
This summer, the School of Art organized a series of artist conversations—dubbed Summer School (of Art)—designed specifically for our students.
We acknowledge the school’s own complicity in systemic racism, and our responsibility to do more to dismantle white supremacy and violence.