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The Frame Gallery Receives Funding for Significant Renovations

Thanks to the work of Director Coco Allred and Business Manger Zachary Rapaport, The Frame, CMU’s student-run gallery, will receive a significant boost in funding for the 2020-21 academic year. A division of CMU’s Student Affairs, SLICE (Student Leadership, Involvement, and Civic Engagement) awarded The Frame an additional $42,000 to undertake significant renovations of the gallery.

Join us for a Celebration of the Class of 2020

Join the School of Art will host a virtual Celebration of the Class of 2020 on Sunday, May 17 at 7:00 PM EDT! A link to the event will be available soon.

Senior Spotlights

Lumi Barron

"I’m currently working on a series of quick stop motion videos, each directed by new daily and weekly constraints. This last week it was cut out animals having a conversation over zoom." read more

Jackson Bridgers

"I work in photography and video, sometimes mixing the two. I am interested in humor related to blandness, boredom, and disappointment." read more

Mairead Dambruch

"Paintings become extensions of myself as they slowly absorb a spectrum of energy and sentiment. They become a document of time, as “life” or “work” translates to x amount of lines on a surface." read more

Taylor Vence

"In short, I make prints and books about strange, funny, and unsettling interactions between humans and the natural world." read more

On View & Coming Soon


Professor Katherine Hubbard

Through a series of additive processes, in Imaging made collage works including photographs they shot with disposable cameras, found negatives and using scanners as active image building tools. see more

Marginalized Narratives

Professor Alisha Wormsley

Students combine documentary and narrative techniques with fantastical detours into the imaginary in works that explore hidden histories, marginalized narratives, and the act of performing itself. see more

Gestural Games Toolkit Showcase

Professor Everest Pipkin

Play students' games and experiments from throughout the semester, as well as party in a 30-year-old operating system. On the day of the event, a link to the event will be posted here. May 8, 5-8 PM EDT

Quarantine Concert

Professor Rich Pell + the Exploded Ensemble

The Exploded Ensemble will present a live performance while students from "Art at the End of the World" share video artifacts from future scenarios that they developed over the course of the semester. May 9, 5 PM EDT read more

EMSI Showcase

Professor Everest Pipkin

Join a YouTube livestream of short works students made over the course of the semester. On the day of the event, a link to the livestream will be posted here. May 11, 7-10 PM EDT

Notes from Students

Joshua Kery

BFA '20

One of Joshua Kery's runs, an 11 mile Pittsburgh tour in the shape of a ballerina, is featured on

Notes from Faculty

Kim Beck

Associate Professor of Art

Prof Beck is included in the book "You Are An Artist" by Sarah Ulrist Green, based on the PBS series "The Art Assignment."

Alisha Wormsely

Presidential Postdoctoral Fellow

Washington Project for the Arts organized a virtual series titled "Black Women as/and the Living Archive" based around Prof Wormsley's film "Children of NAN: Mothership," through June 13.

Notes from Alumni

Hank Ehrenfried BFA '14 has an online solo drawing exhibition titled "Look Out!" with Auxier Kline Gallery.

Row House Cinemas will screen Carolina Loyola-Garcia's MFA '00 documentary "Sobre las Olas" from May 8-21 online.

Shephaly Soni BSA '15 painted the front windows of Montrose Cheese & Wine in Houston, TX to thank healthcare workers.

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