First-year media student Julynn Wilderson received a Rosenblum award to fund her conference attendance.
Fountains Foundation, created by Leo Selvaggio, exhibits the work of Lilli Kayes, a first-year media student whose artwork often explores issues involving water and ecology.
Deadline is Monday, April 28.
The multi-medium platform involved in the Following Nonhuman Kinds conference attempts to revise the theoretical terms with which we engage our landscape.
Artists’ Books by Christopher Saclolo (MFA 2013) are in two notable exhibitions.
This free event will be held at Anchor Graphics, in 623 S. Wabash, 2nd floor.
$25,000 will be awarded per artist, and requires commitment to reside in Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota or Wisconsin for the duration of the fellowship (September 2014-September 2015).
The lecture by the versatile performance artist will be in the Raw Space in 1104 S. Wabash.
The thesis-year student will be part of the April 22 panel and will offer his insight gained from working on URME, his thesis project which focuses on the ubiquitous surveillance in modern society.
Catanese will be lecturing on Wednesday at 7:00 p.m.