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2017 Studio Arts Student Exhibition Awards
Congratulations to the recipients of the 2017 Studio Arts Student Exhibition awards! Learn more
2017 Dilva Lombardi Undergraduate Scholarship
The Department of Studio Arts is pleased to announce that Isabella Beebout, Erinn Hanner, and Maya Puskaric are the three recipients of the 2017 Dilva Lombardi Undergraduate Scholarship. Learn more
Paul Glabicki Interviewed by the Wall Street International
Paul Glabicki, Professor Emeritus, was recently interviewed by Daniel Gauss with the Wall Street International. Learn more
Ken Batista’s Work Featured in Manifest Gallery’s 7th International Painting Annual Exhibition-In-Print
The publication will include 104 works by 69 artists from 27 states, and 6 countries including Canada, China, Ireland, Poland, Scotland, and the United States. Learn more
Studio Visit with Barbara Weissberger and Eleanor Aldrich
The Glassblock visits Barbara Weissberger’s studio to discuss her collaboration with artist Eleanor Aldrich. Learn more
Position Available - Lecturer - Studio Arts
The Department of Studio Arts announces a Lecturer position (full-time, appointment stream, one year renewable) with primary specialization in Painting, secondary specialization in Arts Writing, and the ability to teach Drawing, Visual Thinking, or Printmaking. Learn more
Position Available - Sculpture and Digital Fabrication Studio Clinical Instructor
The Department of Studio Arts announces a Sculpture and Digital Fabrication Studio Clinical Instructor position (full-time, appointment stream, one year renewable). Learn more
Studio Arts Alumnus Receives Second Place Prize from Speedball
Ignacio Lopez (Dec '16) receives second place prize from Speedball in the New Impressions Printmaking Competition in the Screen Print category. Learn more
"A Student Perspective: Light Up Pitt’s Brutalism Architecture"
A sculpture class helps a Pitt undergrad see a familiar campus sculpture in a new light. Learn more
Summer 2016 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 eighth consecutive year. Learn more