Congratulations are in order for David Bowen, Sam Gould, Alexa Horochowski, Michael Hoyt ’94, Alison Malone ’92, Lamar Peterson, Joe Smith, and Tetsuya Yamada: these eight talented artists are each 2014 McKnight Visual Artist Fellowship recipients.
We can't be alone in our excitement about Google's soon-to-be-launched Street Art Project, an online gallery of the world's amazing variety of street art. Google has steadily been capturing many of these images with "Google Street View technology."
Faculty member Gudrun Lock is teaching a summer intensive called Collaborative Processes in which students have created works responding to the environment in a Northeast Arts District building. The public is invited to see and experience the works during a one-day-only event. We don't have all the details, but judging by the title this is sure to be a "fun" time.
Minnesota painter and former faculty member James Burpee's paintings are featured in his latest exhibition, In a New Light. He has been an instructor at the college level since 1960, teaching at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design through 1996.
The Minnesota State Fair's 2014 Commemorative Art was unveiled on Wednesday by none other than artist and MCAD alum Emily L. Taylor. The artwork will be on display at the Fine Arts Center for the duration of the fair.
Faculty member Ed Charbonneau ’06, MFA and his studio mate, Jeremy Szopinski, created the Golden Spiral Mural, which was commissioned by Public Arts St. Paul to complement the field of sunflowers planted in the Pedro Park Urban Flower Field.
OMG Transit, a mobile tool that helps residents of Minneapolis navigate a number of transportation options, is celebrating its one-year anniversary and the official launch of its mobile apps during the month of June.