MCAD News


Ed Charbonneau

An interview with demonstrator Ed Charbonneau ’06, MFA, at this annual college art gallery tour.

Swimmer by faculty member Val Jenkins, courtesy of her website

Faculty member Val Jenkins's work was chosen to be featured in New American Paintings Volume 113.

The Judge's screenplay was written by Nick Schenk ’89

Nick Schenk ’89 wrote the screenplay for The Judge, a movie starring Robert Downey Jr. and Robert Duvall opening in theaters this Friday.

Phil Anderson talks about the history of bakeries in Minneapolis

Faculty member Phil Anderson will be giving a talk today about the history of Minneapolis bakeries.

One Lungers focuses on vintage snowmobiling in MN

For the past year, Matthew Adams ’94 has been producing and shooting short documentary films about vintage snowmobiling in Minnesota.

Susan Seeley Roe ‘01 is the first to receive this award

Susan Seeley Roe ’01 was awarded the first Next Generation Award by the American Advertising Federation in Tucson, Arizona.

Dream Arcade is available to play online and downloadable from the Windows Store

Light Grey Art Lab recently launched Dream Arcade, a videogame pixel art show. Twenty-seven different artists’ work comes to life in this playable, explore-able, interactive space. 

Unbecoming

UNBECOMING features five female-identifying artists exploring the power of dissent through their work and bodies.

Listening stations prototype by Monica Haller ’05, MFA

Monica Haller ’05, MFA, is among five recipients of the 2014 Efroymson Contemporary Arts Fellowship and a $25,000 award to further her career.

Diana Eicher presented a paper at the TSA's Symposium

Faculty member Diana Eicher presented a paper titled Papercuts from my Mother's Nigerian Textile Collection at the Textile Society of America's Symposium in Los Angeles on September 12, 2014.

Jasmine Hoerter

Student Reporter Jasmine Hoerter is a first-year entrepreneurial studies major.

Euclide will be at the MIA until July 2015

Alum Gregory Euclide's work is featured in Nature of Nature, an exhibition at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts.

The Persistent Present features new work by John Bell ’10, MFA

Catch some new work by John Bell ’10, MFA, in his exhibition The Persistent Present

Sensor Device III, cypress and cast iron, by Kurt Dyrhaug

Sculpture lovers: You now have two chances to see the work of Kurt Dyrhaug ’89 this fall.

Andy DuCett's Class Project

We pop into Andy DuCett's class as they complete an experimental drawing project.

F+C@SEVEN is in celebration of seven years of inspired exhibitions

Faculty members Jody Williams, Lynda Monick-Isenberg, Jim Dryden, Elizabeth Erickson, and Howard Oransky will be featured in F+C@SEVEN at the Form+Content Gallery.

Field Trip is on display throughout September

Faculty member Shannon Estlund is displaying new work in the exhibition Field Trip.

Train Cars at North Irving Avenue, Minneapolis, 2014 by Michael Banning ’04, MFA

Michael Banning ’04, MFA, has a string of exhibitions this fall.

Lundin joins two other HATCH Projects Residency artists for this exhibition

Cherith Lundin ’00, MFA, is in her first exhibition with HATCH Projects at the Chicago Artists Coalition, opening tonight.

Diamond Head Slope by David Friedman, courtesy of davidfriedmanart.com

David Friedman ’65 has three paintings featured in 36 Views of Leahi, an exhibition curated by master artist Masami Taraoka.

Thumbs up (we must be living right) By Andy DuCett

Faculty member Andy DuCett's drawing Thumbs up (we must be living right) has been added to the permanent collection at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts.

Philagrafika features artists from all disciplines

Faculty members Natasha Pestich and Dennis Lo are featured in the exhibition Philagrafika: 10 Years of Innovative Printmaking. 

Tom Garrett's illustration for

Faculty member Tom Garrett created the illustration for the debate Why Do Women Pay More than Men for the SAME Haircut? for UPFRONT Magazine.

Textile

MCAD students describe their favorite mediums, including textiles, photography, painting, and animation.