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Changes to the School of Art's Website, Social Media, and Newsletter

In the coming weeks, you will see some changes to the School of Art's communication platforms — this newsletter, our website, and our social media platforms — to focus on the creative solutions that our community is developing in this unprecedented time. Some content may be more lighthearted, such as all the "studiomate" photos above that our community shared with us for our Instagram stories, and some content may be more honest about the struggles we're facing. We hope you will continue to follow us here and on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.

We want to hear from you! Are you organizing an online exhibition in lieu of a scheduled gallery show? Are you using this time explore a new medium or learn a new skill? Send your thoughts, ideas, and feedback to schoolofartnews@cmu.edu.

A few ideas from faculty to stay busy at home...

Make a paper pickle

Prof Imin Yeh published an instructional video for her downloadable "Sculpture for an Extra One on the Side," with more videos coming soon. Learn how to make the paper pickle here and see more downloadable paper projects here

Participate in a mail art trade

Prof Kim Beck is organizing an art trade by mail. Send her a postcard or art thing, then she'll send yours to someone and send you someone's in exchange. Disinfected with Lysol even! See details here

Experiment with free or cheap online software

Prof Everest Pipkin put together an extensive list of free and cheap software tools that you can access at home. No need for a computer lab or expensive software suites. See the list here.

And a few ideas from alumni...

The New Yorker recommends checking out work by alumni Jacob Ciocci MFA '05 and Shana Moulton MFA '04 on Rhizome, an organization affiliated with the New Museum that commissions, preserves, and exhibits digital work. read more

Julie Mallis BHA '12 is part of a team that's raised nearly $20,000 for Pittsburgh artists who have lost their main source of income due to COVID-19. Donate here or fill in a request for funds here

The Guardian says Yaeji (Kathy Lee) BHA '15 is "like an introverted wellness coach high-fiving weakly through exhausted tears." She's out with a new song. read more

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