Faculty member Erik Brandt's popular Ficciones Typografika project is being featured in a sixteen-page monograph as part of the advertising, design, and visual culture magazine Creative Review's (UK) January 2014 issue.
Celebrate the end of term with an exciting panel discussion and reception tomorrow evening at the Weisman Art Museum.
Join the 2012–13 McKnight Visual Art fellows at the Midway Contemporary Art Library for the launch of their limited-edition publications produced by Scott Nedrelow and Isaac Rudder of Location Books.
Faculty member Arlene Birt will be presenting on "The Visual [Emotional] Vocabulary of Sustainability" this February at Interaction14 in Amsterdam.
Interaction14 is an initiative of the Interaction Design Association (IxDA), a global network of over 55,000 members worldwide dedicated to the professional practice of interaction design.
Faculty member Paula McCartney will be showing work at Form + Content Gallery along with the artists Lex Thompson and Sonja Thomsen.
If you're planning on making a process book at some point, you might want to take a few pointers from faculty member Namdev Hardisty.
Josh Quigley ’08, MFA, has been selected as one of three winners of the Conscientious Portfolio Competition. Annually produced by Conscientious Photo Magazine, the competition was judged by Alice Rose George, Ann-Christin Bertrand, and the magazine's founder and editor Jörg M. Colberg. The other 2013 winners are Dorothee Deiss and Bahar Habibi.
Faculty member J. Kevin Byrne has just published the third installment of his four-part series about property inspection. The project has surrounded his foray into the world of property liability and insurance inspection.
We're seeing the work of faculty member Tom Garrett ’79 just about everywhere lately. Take a look at this list of illustrations he's had published in November alone:
Join visiting faculty member Amy Sands at the reception for her upcoming solo exhibition Crossing Boundaries. Sands is currently an artist in residence at TractorWorks, where the exhibition will be held.
Light Grey Art Lab team members Lindsay Nohl ’03, Chris Hajny ’04, Francesca Buchko ’08, and Jenny Bookler ’11 have published a new card game in coordination with the exhibition they have curated, named Rolemodels: The Battle for Vyk' Tornaahl.
This Thursday, faculty member Aaron Van Dyke is launching four volumes: Introduction (+ Nothing), Philosophy, History, and Writing. Each book contains 'writings' woven together from various sources, often at odds with each other. The books will be available for purchase in a handmade, fan-bound version, made possible through a residency at the Minnesota Center for Book Arts, and as commercially printed paperbacks.
Visiting faculty member Haynes Riley's alternative gallery space, Good Weather, has been making a splash in the news as of late. The North Little Rock, Arkansas, contemporary art gallery, of which Haynes is the director and curator, is located in Haynes's brother's single-car garage.
View this 3.5-minute documentary from Half Cut Tea, then follow the links below for additional stories.
Karen Wirth has been invited to lead a seminar at the Association of Independent Colleges of Art and Design (AICAD) annual conference this week at the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore.
Design professor Erik Brandt has been gaining plenty of attention for Ficciones Typografika, his garage wall typography project that features constantly changing work from student and professional artists and designers, both local and international.
Faculty and staff member Karen Wirth’s work is included in the tenth anniversary exhibition of the Regis Center for Art at the University of Minnesota–Twin Cities. Artists in the curated alumni exhibition were nominated by their former faculty.
Faculty member Diana Green recently participated in a panel discussion titled Women in Pulp: Women and Comic Book Culture, following a performance of the Chronicles of Kalki at Mixed Blood Theater.
Nathan Lewis ’08, MFA, has a busy (and spooky) fall season in the works:
Tomorrow evening he will be lecturing on spirit photography at the Ramsey House; very fitting for Halloween night.
And later tomorrow night he will be telling ghost stories at the American Swedish Institute's Cocktails at the Castle Halloween Bash. An installation of his is on view as well.
Next month he will be participating in the event "Visitations" at Wing Young Huie's space in Minneapolis.
Associate professor Natasha Pestich is a participant in this year's Boston Printmakers 2013 North American Print Biennial, a highly competitive juried exhibition that invites international artists to submit print-based works. Natasha Pestich's series of prints was one of 139 entries selected from over 2,306 submissions.
Associate professor Natasha Pestich will participate in a panel discussion related to the Creative Time Summit: Art, Place, and Dislocation in the 21st Century City along with Peter Haakon Thompson (artist, Irrigate project coordinator) and Neeraj Mehta (Center for Urban and Regional Affairs), organized and moderated by Michael Hoyt (artist and creative community liaison at the Pillsbury House and Theatre).
In Down The Rabbit Hole: A Survey of Jan Xylander Exhibition Posters, associate professor Natasha Pestich expands on her exploration of the fictional artist Jan Xylander.
Faculty member Ed Charbonneau and his wife were featured in the Star Tribune for the major makeover they performed on their 1950s home. Enlisting the help of Charbonneau's uncle, local architect Daryl Hanson, their digs have been updated to include a more open floorplan, customized furniture, and a tiki-themed porch.
Tom Garrett illustrated celebrity chefs Rachael Ray and Guy Fieri launching their new cooking show, Rachael vs. Guy: Kids Cook-Off, for the September issue of Food Network Magazine.