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The School of Art Announces New Online Platform for Student Exhibitions

The School of Art is pleased to announce a new online hub for student exhibitions! On view now, see culminating projects from Prof Suzie Silver's Music Video/Visual Music course, Remote Figure Drawing from Prof Andrew Johnson's Drawing in No Time course, and studies from Prof Clayton Merrell's Color course.

Senior Spotlights

Keegan Barone

"I use sport and athletics as a language and lens through which I see and create my work." read more

Selina Lee

"The images I study are the easy or obvious representation of socio-political differences, but by working with them, I can complicate their intake both materially and as an attitude interpersonally." read more

Miranda Miller

"I call myself a sculptor because someone once told me 'everyone has a vague idea of what that means, but no one’s willing to ask.'" read more

Zachary Rapaport

"I use my artistic practice to investigate familiar environments. Places that are part of my daily routine, that I typically walk through and/or on, become my sites of inquiry." read more

Faculty Notes

Angela Washko

Assistant Professor of Art

Professor Angela Washko's work "Survival Rates in Captivity (Free Will Mode #5)" is part of Arebyte Gallery's online exhibition "On Screen."

Notes from Alumni

Calling all alumni who have exhibited at The Frame Gallery, formerly known as the Forbes Street Gallery: send us your photos of your exhibition for an online archive to! Here's a poster from a show by Diane Lemonides, Sherri Wolfgang, and Tracy Ginther from 1983!

Nima Dehghani MFA '16 is a co-organizer of the Re-Connect Online Performance Festival, through April 18 on Instagram.

Lauren Hecht BFA '09 is sewing face masks with the organization Stitched Together and Seldon Yuan BHA '98 is making face shields to donate to medical professionals. 

Critic Jillian Steinhauer calls Deborah Kass' BFA '74 "Emergency" a highlight of the online exhibition "How Can We Think of Art at a Time Like This?" in a New York Times review

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