• Lecture Series: Jessi Reaves

    Jessi Reaves’ practice collapses the barriers between furniture and sculpture through the creation functional pieces that inject animism and desire into the coldness of modernism.

  • Lenka Clayton and Jon Rubin Carnegie Mellon University School of Art Lecture Series

    Lecture Series: Lenka Clayton & Jon Rubin

    Both Lenka Clayton and Jon Rubin are known for their extensive work in social practice and public engagement. Their previous collaboration “…circle through New York” launched the Guggenheim Museum’s new social practice initiative in 2017.

  • Alex Da Corte Carnegie Mellon University School of Art Lecture Series

    Lecture Series: Alex Da Corte

    Alex Da Corte’s theatrical paintings, sculptures, videos, and installations mix personal narratives with glossy commercial aesthetics to creative immersive otherworldly environments that are simultaneously dazzling and terrifying.

  • Zoe Leonard in conversation with Rhea Anastas

    Zoe Leonard’s work in photography and sculpture uses repetition, subtle changes in perspective, and shifts in scale to reengage viewers with the process of seeing.

  • Saba Innab Carnegie Mellon University School of Art Lecture

    Lecture Series: Saba Innab

    Reflecting on Palestinian settlements, artist and architect Saba Innab questions the meaning of architecture in this time of increasing deterritorialization and alienation.