Robyn Tong Gray is co-founder and Chief Creative Officer for Otherworld Interactive, a games company focused primarily on VR.
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Jessica Gaynelle Moss in an artist and arts worker focused on new frameworks and strategies to build, maintain, and sustain Black autonomous spaces.
Peter Burr BFA ’02 creates immersive animated cinematic artworks that hover on the boundary between abstraction and figuration.
Juliacks BHA ’08 creates multidisciplinary projects in many media including performance, films, comics-art novels, tapestries, paintings and more.
Jessica Vaughn examines the underlying systems of everyday life to expose hierarchies of power and embedded injustices within bureaucracies.
“5 Questions” is a series by the School of Art that asks alumni who are transforming art, culture, and technology about their current work and time at Carnegie Mellon. Doug Fritz is a creative technologist with a keen interest in systems architecture and a passion for using technology to solve pressing real-world challenges. After graduating… Read more »
Mary Maggic works at the intersection of biotechnology, cultural discourse, and civil disobedience, using science to investigate body and gender politics.
A selection from Carrie Schneider’s series “Reading Women” is the subject of a solo exhibition at the Miller Gallery, on view August 18 through September 9.
“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.”