Monthly Archives: February 2012
A panel of jurors has sent out a call for artists to submit exemplary student work that highlights the variety of academic programs committed to the field of Artist’s Books.
<img alt="man2012.png" src="http://blogs.colum.edu/wp-content/uploads/mtimport/interarts-cbpa/man2012.png" width="434" height="115" style="border:10px solid #ccc; margin:2px;" The call for participation is now live for anyone in the Columbia College Chicago community (grad and undergrad students, faculty, alumnae, staff) who would like to participate in the May 4, 2012 celebration of MANIFEST, Columbia’s urban arts festival celebrating the work and creativity of Columbia [...]
Kaitlin Kostus’s work uses artificial neon colors colliding with images of nature to generate feelings of nostalgia for moments that never existed.
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The Book and Paper Center’s facilities and MFA students provide workshops and tours that refresh and inspire Academic Affairs staff and faculty.
Thesis candidate Trisha Martin’s work was juried into a Triennial honoring the Center for Book and Paper Arts’ founder.
Curator Eungie Joo garners positive reviews of the New Museum of Contemporary Art Triennial in New York City.
The HTMlles 10 welcomes project proposals from self-identified women, trans and gender non-conforming artists of all origins on the theme of risk, as well as proposals for risky projects. The HTMlles is a feminist festival of media arts and digital culture produced in Montreal by Studio XX , a bilingual feminist artist-run centre for technological exploration, creation and critique.
AMATERAS Foundation has pleasure to announce this year’s exhibition,competition for paper art in 2D and 3D, created by artists from all over the world without restrictions of techniques, styles or materials.
We are offering 6 month residencies with complete access to all our facilities including flat file storage, bench (wood/metalshop), and locker space to store your creative tools.
“Study of Love & Black Body is a small collection of poems that deals with ideas of
motherhood, the body, cultural and internal conflict and identity.” says Franklin, “…from a variety of angles.”