In the latest installment of “On the Ground,” Huidi Xiang MFA ’21 traveled to London for an interdisciplinary course on speculative design methodology.
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Spitzer led a workshop titled “How to Critique Towards Love,” which grew out of his ongoing research into modes of articulating art making.
With his visit Tsohil Bhatia MFA ’20 was interested in looking at Mayan and Aztec mythology and how closely it remains tied to nature as deity.
Nathalie Moreno’s trip was an opportunity for her to examine her roots as a Cuban-American and to better understand the relationship between Miami and Cuba.
To investigate the oneness between life and death, Yejin Lee travels to San Jose to learn about the Mexican tradition of Día de Los Muertos.
To develop my meditative art practice, I wanted to have a clearer understanding of meditation, and why people need to practice meditation in an urban environment.
“My summer at the refuge was spent mapping the intersections between my family history and animal history, between loss, failure, time and change, between national and natural history.”
With its railroads and coal tipples, its mountains blasted in search of subterranean treasures, museums filled with artifacts of hard and dangerous labor below ground, Appalachian “Coal Country” has been profoundly shaped by extractive industry.
The conference was a single day to consider how “informatic systems shape social organization,” an especially timely topic given the growth of machine learning, big data, and the influence of social media on human thought.
Late last fall, artists, scholars, conservators, and aficionados gathered at for “The Road Less Traveled” Conference the John Michael Kohler Arts Center in Sheboygan, Wisconsin to discuss the preservation, promotion, and stewardship of artist-built environments.