Review by Scott Turri Published in New Art Examiner
Scott Turri reviews the solo exhibition Hadi Tabatabai:Transitional Spaces in New Art Examiner, Volume 32, No 2, November/December 2017. Learn more
Dilva Lombardi Undergraduate Scholarship Announcement
The Dilva Lombardi Undergraduate Scholarship Program provides $2,000 in tuition support to outstanding undergraduate Studio Arts majors through the University Honors College. Learn more
Position Available - Lecturer - Studio Arts
The Department of Studio Arts announces a Lecturer position (full-time, appointment stream, one-year initial contract that is three-year renewable upon review) with primary specialization in Digital Photography, secondary specialization in Drawing. Learn more
Drawing Studio 2 Students’ Work on View at the American Jewish Museum
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"Out of Many: Stories of Migration", organized by photographer Brian Cohen and produced by a collaboration of professional photographers based in Pittsburgh, documents the experiences of multiple generations of immigrants and their descendants in Pittsburgh. Learn more
"PRINTWORK 2017" Includes Work by Studio Arts Alumna
Artists Image Resource’s annual national juried print exhibition includes work by Stephanie Taylor (SA/HAA, April 2017) . Learn more
Renovations Underway for NEW Digital Fabrication Studio
Pitt’s Facilities Management is renovating B-7 Frick Fine Arts – follow along as the construction unfolds! Learn more
Studio Arts Alumna Receives Award from The Undergraduate Awards Program
Grace Magyar’s (Studio Arts, April 2017) submission “Liminal” has been Highly Commended in the Visual Arts category of The Undergraduate Awards 2017 Program. Learn more
Review by Scott Turri Published in New Art Examiner
Scott Turri reviews Michael Williams at the Carnegie Museum of Art in New Art Examiner, Volume 31, No 6, July/August 2017. Learn more
Scott Turri's Animation Featured on Video Blog
Scott Turri's animation is included in the 17 Days Video Series blog, Volume 10. Learn more
Summer 2017 Studio Arts Field Study in Wyoming
Studio Arts offers this three-credit seventeen-day Field Study Intensive in Wyoming through the University Honors College for the ninth consecutive year. Learn more