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In a New Video, Shori Sims BFA ’22 Talks with Classmates about COVID-19 and Art

At a time when our daily situation is constantly shifting, this video offers a glimpse of how students are processing what it means to be an artist in this moment. read more

Alum Jenn Gooch Organizes Operation Face Mask Pittsburgh

In just a week and a half, alum Jenn Gooch MFA '09 organized Operation Face Mask Pittsburgh, a group of more than 50 volunteers to cut, sew, and deliver masks to many of Pittsburgh's in need populations. read more

Senior Spotlights

Josh Kery

What I'm currently working on: "I’m adapting a stage play I was producing into a virtual performance on Zoom!" read more

Hannah Kim

"I am passionate about combining art and narrative to tell stories about human nature and cycles of suffering. In my works I tend to explore cycles and loops, rituals, absurd humor and tender moments." read more

Diane Lee

"I am re-learning to appreciate the simplicity of a paper and pencil, and quiet time wherever I can find it." read more

Izzy Stephen

"I’m interested in constructs of the self, overlapping planes of reality, and cute things." read more

Class Notes

Advanced Print

Professor Imin Yeh

Prof Yeh's students created downloadable paper projects that you can print and complete at home. Please send a photo of any that you make to schoolofartnews@cmu.edu!

Performance Art

Professor Angela Washko

Prof Washko's students created Digitally Mediated Performances for their first remote assignment. Here are a couple of examples from Iz Horgan BFA '22 and Peter Sheehan BFA '20.

Notes from Alumni

Jenn Gooch isn't the only alum sewing face masks! Lorena Lopez BFA '14 (pictured), Laura Sharp Wilson BFA '87, and Shohei Katayama MFA '19 have also sewn and donated hundreds of masks. If you're also making masks, let us know by emailing schoolofartnews@cmu.edu and we'll acknowledge your contributions here!

The New Yorker calls Yaeji's (aka Kathy Lee BHA '15) new mixtape "the opposite of social distancing" in a review for the Apr 6 issue. Her new release has also been covered by Vogue, Pitchfork, The Guardian and many more.

Ricardo Miranda Zuniga MFA '99 started on online COVID-19 diary.

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