Now on view at the Miller ICA, “Spirits Roaming on the Earth” is the first major monographic survey of the work of Jacobly Satterwhite.
Tag: Elizabeth Chodos
Chodos, who has served as director of the Miller ICA since 2017, will remain in that role independent of her new faculty position in the School of Art.
The panel takes place at the University Art Gallery at UC San Diego on November 14.
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.
In conjunction with Jessica Labatte’s solo exhibition “Shade Garden” at Western Exhibitions in, Chodos wrote the feature essay in the exhibition catalogue.
Elizabeth Chodos is the Director of the Miller Institute for Contemporary Art at Carnegie Mellon University. She is co-founder of Common Field and previously served as Executive and Creative Director of Ox-Bow School of Art and Artists’ Residency.
Common Field’s Convening is an itinerant annual gathering that brings together 350+ local and national organizers to explore the state of the field of arts organizing and to share resources, knowledge and methods for artist-led, artist-run, and artist-centered projects, spaces and practices.
Chodos joins CMU from Ox-Bow, school of art and artists’ residency in Saugatuck, Michigan, where she has worked since 2010, most recently as executive and creative director.