This donation is only the first step as the School confronts systemic racism within our own walls.
In the wake of the racist killings of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, and Breonna Taylor, I am reaching out to reaffirm that the School of Art at Carnegie Mellon University is a community empowered by our differences and diversity.
For the School of Art, it has also been a year of incredible achievements, filled with creativity, perseverance, and ingenuity.
Since we could not celebrate graduation in person this year, the School of Art asked several faculty and notable alumni to record messages for graduates.
Rising to the challenge a new online-only world, seniors self-curated a digital exhibition that takes full advantage of a web-based platform.
The School of Art had a record number of submissions this year, and faculty were truly impressed with the caliber of work submitted!
A division of CMU’s Student Affairs, SLICE awarded The Frame an additional $42,000 to undertake significant renovations of the gallery.
During remote learning, this new virtual gallery gives visitors the opportunity to view student work no matter where in the world they may be.
Operation Face Mask Pittsburgh is a well-organized team of volunteers who cut, sew, and deliver masks to many of Pittsburgh’s in-need populations.
At a time when our daily situation is constantly shifting, this video offers a glimpse of how students are processing what it means to be an artist.