Exhibitions

JoAnna Commandaros - "Rainbow Secrets"
A collaborative installation and performance that reveals the hidden and creative spirit of natural phenomena through your own body's energy. Learn more
Lenore Thomas and Ivette Spradlin - "Buff"
A collaborative exhibition at The Union Hall in the Strip District. Learn more
Paolo Piscitelli - "Pe(n)sare - Weighing & Thinking"
Paolo Piscitelli inaugurates his bronze lap-sculpture titled "Invisible Matter" in a daylong ceremony with the participation of five performers and the artist himself who sequentially offer the newly completed work to the public. Learn more

Events

April 28, 2018
Studio Arts Graduation and Awards Ceremony
The Studio Arts Department's annual graduation and awards ceremony will take place on Saturday, April 28th, beginning at 5:00 pm in the Frick Fine Arts Auditorium. Reception to follow in the Frick Fine Arts Cloister. Learn more
April 26, 2018
If So, What? Art and Design Event
Seraphin Gallery will be presenting at If So, What? from April 26-29 at the Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco, CA. Exhibiting artists include Michael Morrill. Learn more
April 13, 2018
Artists in Residence Exhibition & Performances
The 2018 Artists in Residence Program is a joint collaboration between the Physics and Astronomy, English, Film Studies, Music, Studio Arts, and Theatre Arts Departments. Learn more

News

Jeremy Boyle Releases New Record with Joan of Arc
Jeremy Boyle, Director of SA’s Fabrication Studios, is a founding and current member of the Chicago group Joan of Arc. Learn more
Studio Arts Majors and Faculty Honored at Honors College Awards Ceremony
Studio Arts majors Dennis Doyle and Gabby Kozlowski and Department Chair and Associate Professor Delanie Jenkins were honored by the Honors College on April 6th. Learn more
Microcinema Series Celebrates Professor Emeritus Paul Glabicki
Pittsburgh Filmmakers announces the third and final installment of the Avant-Garde microcinema series "Anxious Optics: The Experimental Animations of Paul Glabicki", curated by Ben Ogrodnik, PhD Student in History of Art and Architecture and 2017-2018 Mellon Fellow in Curation and Education. Learn more