Category Archives: CBPA
Both Form & Expression and Druckworks are finding viewers outside of Chicago.
Dustin Seelinger uses his art to build radical community around parenting.
The colorful signs by artist Matthew Hoffman at the corner of 8th Street and S. Wabash Avenue brighten up the street and bring cheer to everyone walking by.
Heather Buechler will work with the Hamilton Wood Type & Printing Museum to curate a research catalog of agricultural textile and paper sacks from the late 19th and early 20th century.
This Fellowship includes an $18,000 stipend, benefits, and private studio space at The Ohio State University. Special consideration given for those working in either glass or printmaking.
Melissa Potter’s film Like Other Girls Do is installed in a cozy dorm room for viewing.
Like Other Girls Do will be featured in the exhibition Becoming Male.
“Homecoming For Julia” Workshop Led By Book & Paper Student in Collaboration with Artist from Mexico City
Thesis-year student and CBPA adjunct faculty Jillian Bruschera works with artist Laura Anderson Barbata on a workshop that touched on themes of exploitation and human rights.
Another wonderful interview done by a Columbia blogger. Jessica Cochran is a CBPA treasure, and we are very appreciative that her work is being recognized by the Columbia College community in this blog post.
The works demonstrate the deeply-rooted, research-based practice that the CBPA is known for.