His tenure is marked by an excitement for creative risk-taking, a passion for collaboration, and a firm defense of free expression.
Tag: John Carson
In celebration of the opening of Gallery Closed, Professor John Carson will perform at the space (1733 Lowrie Street in Pittsburgh) on September 18 at 2:00 PM. He will sing all 1000+ words of the artwork “Historic Site” in the manner of a traditional Irish ballad. “Historic Site,” created by Lenka Clayton and Philip Andrew… Read more »
“John Carson: what not” investigates the activities of the Professor Carson during his college years in Belfast and his work in LA, London and elsewhere.
Professor John Carson provided the cover illustration of for the book Patrick McCabe’s Ireland: The Butcher Boy, Breakfast on Pluto, and Winterwood
Professor John Carson is among the performers in a new production from Corningwork Glue Factory Project titled “The Waiting Room.”
“Artists Who Teach” brings together professors and instructors from colleges and universities across southwestern Pennsylvania.
Professor Carson co-curated “Worlds Within” with Lugene Bruno. The exhibition is on view at the Miller Gallery though November 12 and at the Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation through December 15.
Co-curated by School of Art Professor John Carson and Lugene Bruno, Worlds Within is on view at the Miller Gallery from September 23 to November 12 and at the Hunt Botanical Institute from September 22 to December 15.
Professor John Carson’s work is part of the exhibition “Causing a Scene” on view at the Miller Gallery August 10 through September 3.
John Carson is an artist who has wittily and provocatively explored the interface between high and low culture and who has sought to widen the audience for contemporary art practice. From 2006 to 2016, he served as the Head of the School of Art at Carnegie Mellon University. He is teaching Contextual Practice for the Program.