The New York Times visited Pittsburgh to see how the city’s arts institutions are helping to process trauma following the Tree of Life Synagogue shooting.
Their film confronts issues of AI, race, and the future of technology, stressing the importance of having minorities represented in tech corporations.
Students illuminated the dark corridors and winding passageways of a limestone mine with art installations, musical performances and costumed movement.
In the December issue of Artforum, Johanna Fateman writes, “Washko is dealing with ugly and important material in ingenious ways.”
The Spring 2019 Visiting Artist Lecture Series is organized in collaboration with Carnegie Museum of Art and Carnegie International, 57th Edition, 2018.
Mary Maggic works at the intersection of biotechnology, cultural discourse, and civil disobedience, using science to investigate body and gender politics.
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.