Professor Angela Washko’s work “And They Wonder Why We’re Romantics” is part of the screening program “Notre âme, notre dame, notre terre” at La MÉCA.
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As part of the Next Level Festival 2019, they exhibit works in the exhibition “Balancing Acts” in the former mining facility Zeche Zollverein.
The second edition includes work by MFA candidates Lena Chen and Jackson McKeehan, along with Sadie Powers and Nathaniel Sullivan.
The result of a commission from the Eyebeam Center for the Future of Journalism, Washko and Celine Wong Katzman published “From Message Board to Crowded Bar.”
Professor Angela Washko’s work is part of “Open World: Video Games and Contemporary Art” at the Akron Museum of Art.
The work, a video game presenting the practices of several prominent seduction coaches through the format of a dating simulator, is the subject of a feature in The Guardian.
“The Game: The Game,” a video game presenting the practices of several prominent pick-up artists, was published in the Net Art Anthology, part of Rhizome at the New Museum.
Fail-Safe invites artists with works-in-progress to present new performances in a supportive environment.
Faculty Scott Andrew, Kim Beck, Jamie Gruszka, Kristen Letts Kovak, and Angela Washko are among the 87 Pittsburgh artists in a new exhibition at Space.
GEM 2019 includes a new platform for the exhibition of performances, artworks, and experiences that utilize emerging technologies.