Kenneth Batista - "Abstract Sanctuary 6"
Studio Arts faculty member Kenneth Batista is in a national juried show in Portland, Oregon titled "Abstract Sanctuary 6." Learn more
Barbara Weissberger: One-Woman Group Show
This one-woman group show is a collection of recent works that in totality strive against sameness and toward variousness, permeability, contamination, and mutability. Learn more
Studio Arts Summer 2018 Creative Research Exhibition: Wyoming Field Study and Undergraduate Research Awards
The Studio Arts Summer 2018 Creative Research Exhibition features the work of students participating in the Summer 2018 Studio Arts Field Study and Research Fellows. Learn more


January 25, 2019
Processing Community Day
This event supports the mission of the Processing Foundation: to promote software literacy within the visual arts, and visual literacy within technology-related fields — and to make these fields accessible to diverse communities. Learn more
January 24, 2019
Conversations with Artists - Wyoming Field Study Participants - Studio Arts Summer 2018 Creative Research Exhibition
Conversations with Artists will be held on Thursday, January 24 at Noon. Learn more
December 06, 2018
Pop Up 1600 showcases the work of the first Senior Seminar class offered by the Studio Arts Department. Learn more


Experiencing A Museum Through Its Past: Liz Park Interviewed - BOMB Magazine
Scott Turri interviewed Liz Park, associate curator of the Carnegie International. Learn more
Harvard Student Life: Medicine and Activism
Medicine and activism go hand in hand for Harvard MD student and Pitt Studio Arts Alumn, Raquel Sofia Sandoval. Learn more
Snapshot: Merging Science and Art
Dennis Doyle's double-major in Chemistry and Studio Arts may seem to some a marriage of unrelated subjects. But Doyle explains that at their cores, science and art overlap. “Asking questions, looking beyond the surface, and searching for the underlying truth is key in both fields,” he offers. Learn more