Lori Solondz ’75 has collaborated with Charles Goyard and Aurey Deslis to create Nestor, le jardin loupe to be exhibited in Lausanne, Switzerland this summer. "Loupe", or "burl" in English, refers to the knotty growths on tree trunks.
World population has more than doubled since 1960.
In Fruitful and Multiplying, faculty member Michael Kareken and two other artists tackle the issue of overpopulation. View the exhibition and listen to Kareken and others discuss the works and the growing concern over our growing population during an artist talk this Thursday.
The Center for Craft, Creativity & Design has announced the winners of the 2014 Windgate Fellowships, awarded to ten graduating college seniors with exemplary skill in craft. Included in this list of winners is recent graduate Kassandra Huynh.
Faculty member Andy DuCett was asked by the Walker Art Center to take part in their "Old School Art School" program—a drawing studio that takes place alongside the Walker's exhibition Hopper Drawing: A Painter’s Process.
Cindy Gilbert, director of the Master of Arts in Sustainable Design program, has been invited to create an educational webinar on the topic of biomimicry and architecture called "EcoBalance and Biomimicry: Inspired by Nature."
Faculty member Erik Brandt's Ficciones Typografika project continues to gain coverage. The popular project is featured in the April 2014 edition of the Swiss publication IDPURE (No. 34) and the March 2014 issue of the highly respected French magazine étapes (No. 218).