The conference was a single day to consider how “informatic systems shape social organization,” an especially timely topic given the growth of machine learning, big data, and the influence of social media on human thought.
Late last fall, artists, scholars, conservators, and aficionados gathered at for “The Road Less Traveled” Conference the John Michael Kohler Arts Center in Sheboygan, Wisconsin to discuss the preservation, promotion, and stewardship of artist-built environments.
The tightly curated list of 32 includes artists and collectives from across the globe, focusing on what it means to be “international” in this moment in time.
The John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Fellowship, one of the most prestigious grants for contemporary art, is awarded to individuals who have demonstrated exceptional capacity for productive scholarship or exceptional creative ability in the arts.
Among the artists included in the exhibition are School of Art Professors Andrew Ellis Johnson, Paolo Pedercini, and Imin Yeh and alumni Lauren Frances Adams MFA ’07, Michael Mallis BFA ’08, and Jina Valentine BFA ’01.
Tartan Art profiles student artists and publishes editorials on issues that are important to School of Art students. As the group grows, they’re hoping that being featured on Tartan Art could help students make connections that are helpful to their careers.
Thanks to all alumni who came out to reconnect with us on the rooftop of The Standard in downtown Los Angeles on Thursday! We always enjoy hearing the latest updates from our alumni, who give us so many reasons to be proud.
A new additional major in Engineering and Arts, offered by Carnegie Mellon University’s College of Engineering and College of Fine Arts, combines the study of engineering and art into one, integrated degree.
Inspired by the African Diaspora, historical and current world events, as well as everyday life in her DC neighborhood, Stout creates in a variety of media, including painting, drawing, mixed media sculpture, photography and installation.
“Now, as students, is your time to work as hard as you absolutely can to absorb as much as possible. The rest of your life will be a slow burn of realizing what you absorbed.”