The Oracle Series, a new body of work by Professors Imi Hwangbo, was exhibited at the Art on Paper Art Fair during Armory Week in New York City from March 8 to 11, 2018. Art on Paper is an international art fair during Armory Week, the premier art event for 20th and 21st-century art in New York City.
Associate Professor Stefanie Jackson was awarded a 2017 Anonymous Was A Woman prize, which is accompanied by a grant of $25,000. Anonymous Was A Women recognizes extraordinary accomplishment in midcareer female artists through no-strings-attached grants that encourage the recipient to continue to develop their work.
The Dodd’s Jewelry & Metalwork area kicked off the fall term in style on September 8: coincidentally, this was the date that two exhibitions featuring jewelry by both of the department’s two professors opened to the public. Demi Thomloudis and Mary Hallam Pearse are currently exhibiting new work in group shows on both coasts of the United States.
For the month of June 2016, Professor Shindelman was a resident at CEC ArtsLink in Saint Petersburg, Russia. Founded in 1962, CEC ArtsLink promotes international communication and understanding through collaborative, innovative arts projects. And, although artists from Russia and other former Soviet Union countries have been participating in cultural exchange programs in the USA for over fifty years, 2016 is the first year that American artists were invited to Russia.
Archaeological Excavations at Nicomedia,Turkey