Lindsey French - "Ambiguous Territory: Architecture, Landscape, and the Postnatural"
This exhibition assembles over forty contemporary artists and designers whose work challenges the relationship between the built and the natural environment in the Anthropocene. Learn more
Studio Arts Major and Alumni are Participating Artists in "Printwork 2018"
Studio Arts major Casey Connelly and alumni Michael Hegedus and Ignacio Lopez are participating in the exhibition "Printwork 2018" at AIR. Learn more
Lindsey French - "Phytovision"
French discusses her exhibition, Phytovision, and her work on plant perception, and reads from Land of Words, a selection of poetry by plants that she edited for the journal Forty-Five. 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
November 29, 2018
Melissa Catanese - Brown Bag Presentation
Catanese is the founder of Spaces Corners, an artist-run photography bookshop and project space and is the author of Dive Dark Dream Slow, Dangerous Women, Hells Hollow Fallen Monarch, and Voyagers. She will be discussing her process and sharing her artist's books and recent activities. Learn more
November 15, 2018
Paolo Piscitelli - Brown Bag Presentation
Paolo Piscitelli will preview some of his small new fetish sculptures he started to realize in the last two years as part of a series, “Amulets Project.” Learn more


Lindsey French Participates in Exhibition Reviewed in FOOTPRINT Magazine
Lindsey French is participating in "Ambiguous Territory: Architecture, Landscape, and the Postnatural." The show was recently reviewed in the architecture magazine FOOTPRINT Learn more
"Artistic License"
The Office of Public Art announces the launch of the Sift exhibition "Artistic License", featuring work by Ivette Spradlin and Lenore Thomas. Learn more
"Students of Artists Who Teach"
In conjunction with Artists Who Teach on view in the Cantilever Gallery through November 25, each of the teaching artists was invited to nominate one of their students for this exhibition in the Robertshaw Gallery. Image: Jamie Earnest, "Magnetic Milk" Learn more