Ash Arder, Artist-in-Residence, artist talk TOMORROW at 4pm in the Gowen Room, Reception @ Hartnett

Hartnett Gallery presents Ash Arder A Study: Collision Detection November 26 - December 14, 2018 Artist Talk: November 29, 4pm, in the Gowen Room (Wilson Commons, River Campus, University of Rochester). An opening reception in the gallery will follow the artist talk. Please feel free to invite your friends to the Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1913049815409894/ Collision refers to the intersection of two or more objects - virtual or real. Detection speaks to capturing that moment of intersection, specifically with regard to time and force of impact. In a series of new visual meditations, Ash Arder examines computer science techniques aimed at simulating the effects of natura

Call for Artists/Collaborators! Work with a classical pianist!

The Collaboration: Artists will create visuals that respond to music performed by classical pianist, Alison Chiang, that will later be included in a spring recital at the Eastman School of Music. Depending on the number of artists, each piece or a set of pieces would have artwork drawn by one artist and would reflect a combined storyline or image imagined by both Chiang and the artist. Still art, digital art, video, or whatever sort of visual that aptly reflects the piece can be used. The sessions can be done on the River Campus or Eastman as long as there is access to a piano. Title/Theme: Pictures at an Exhibition Abstract: Inspired by Walt Disney's Fantasia, this recital aims to combine t

Exhibitions @ Hartnett: Ash Arder, Artist-in-Residence, artist talk November 29 at 4pm in the Gowen

Hartnett Gallery presents Ash Arder A Study: Collision Detection November 26 - December 14, 2018 Artist Talk: November 29, 4pm, in the Gowen Room (Wilson Commons, River Campus, University of Rochester). An opening reception in the gallery will follow the artist talk. Please feel free to invite your friends to the Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1913049815409894/ Collision refers to the intersection of two or more objects - virtual or real. Detection speaks to capturing that moment of intersection, specifically with regard to time and force of impact. In a series of new visual meditations, Ash Arder examines computer science techniques aimed at simulating the effects of natura

Alum News! Heather Bischoff creates mural for building in downtown Crested Butte, CO

Anima on 3rd Street is inspired by the breath, spirit, and soul of flora & fauna living in the Dark Canyon Raggeds Wilderness. Mixed media elements from local newspapers envelop the trees and explore the motif of aspen eyes watching the forest, documenting stories. The elk embodies strength and stamina, modeled from the famous Plute Elk now residing at the CB History Museum. This massive mammal symbolizes the foundation of a community; knowing when to stop, persist, and allow space for change. A grove of aspen is a single organism that relies on interdependence from each tree to survive. These creatures remind us how to thrive in the high mountains and celebrate the glory of nature’s resilie

A Playground for Artists - An interview with Allen Topolski and Resource:Art

"It once stood as a school, where students walked the hallways, and learned the periodic tables inside its classrooms. Nearly a century after its construction, and decades since it has been a school, the old Medina High School is now a playground of sorts. At least that's the name that curators gave to a collection of 29 installations in the massive Victorian era brick building. The project (which has officially been named PLAY/GROUND) originally came about when the building owners, who plan to redevelop the school into apartments, wanted to draw public attention to the space. So they invited the principals of Resource Art in Buffalo to put out a call for work, staging art installations to b

WE WANT YOUR ART

The Art and Art History department wants your work to be featured in the new and improved Art and Art History Brochure which will be distributed widely at school fairs across the nation, art events, and on the UR campus! Get exposure and win cash prizes! DEADLINE: December 1, 2018 by midnight SUBMISSION GUIDELINES: accepting all forms of 2D artwork from UR students (i.e. drawing, painting, graphic design, photography, scanography, images of 3D work, stills from 4D works, etc,) each artwork should be scaled to fit a poster size of 11"X17" (in a horizontal or vertical format) and 300 PPI for print resolution students may submit no more than 3 artworks for consideration SEND WORK TO: artatsage@

Visiting Artist, Jade Hoyer @ AML Gallery, Opening Reception November 8, 12-2pm

On view November 5 - December 14 Reception: November 8, 12-2pm The Gallery @ the Art and Music Library is pleased to be exhibiting work by artist, Jade Hoyer. Influenced by a professional career promoting access to education and her own background as a biracial Filipina-American, Jade Hoyer's work broadly addresses social issues. Using a combination of media including printmaking, installation, and social practice, she examines social systems concerning race, privilege, and intersectionality. By utilizing the visual language associated with order, such as charts, color-coding, and symbols, she refers to and questions greater social systems. Art is both her means of making sense of the world,

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