School of Art PhD student Mary Statzer was quoted in the New York Times article "Using a Camera to Make More Than Memories". Mary is editor of the forthcoming book, The Photographic Object 1970 due out in the fall. She also recently published a piece in Aperture, "Mary Statzer on Photography into Sculpture, New York, 1970".Read More
Art History Master's Student, Megan Whitney, was awarded an internship at the National Gallery of Art in Washington DC. Congratulations Megan!
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School of Art, Art and Visual Culture Education PhD Candidate, Shana Cinquemani's May 2014 article published in Art Eucation, "'I Look Cool; He's Dead Now': Reconsidering Children's Violent Play Art" about simulated violence in young students' artwork was featured in Education Week.
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Congratulations to School of Art Faculty, Dr. Kate Albers, Sama Alshaibi, James Cook, Ellen McMahon, Manisha Sharma, Gary Setzer, Cerese Vaden, and Dr. Stacie Widdifield for their recent honors!Read More
Art MFA alumna, Clare Benson, has been selected for a 2014-2015 Fulbright U.S. Student Award to Sweden. She will join over 100,000 Fulbright U.S. Student Program alumni who have undertaken grants since the program began in 1948. Congratulations, Clare!Read More
School of Art Printmaking Graduates, Abby Felber and Katie Killian Stokes were featured on Arizona Illustrated, highlighting the Wildcat Print Association and its event, Erasures and Echoes.Read More
School of Art Professor, Gary Setzer interviewed on Burnaway.org, highlighting his upcoming two-month performance tour featuring his layered work The Black Tongue Lexicon, which incorporates sound, performance, and music with video projections.Read More
Photo Professor, Taylor announced as participant in SITE Santa Fe Biennial, with Marcos Ramírez ERRE
Photography Professor, David Taylor and 2013-2014 VASE lecturer, Marcos Ramírez ERRE are among the 45 artists who will be participating in the SITE Santa Fe summer biennial. After a two-year biennial hiatus, SITE is relaunching its signature exhibition this July with a new format that focuses entirely on artists from the Western Hemisphere. Titled “SITElines: New Perspectives on Art of the Americas,” the new biennial will tackle a different theme each year and this year’s is “Unsettled Landscapes.”Read More
Ground|Water: The Art, Design and Science of a Dry River designed by UA School of Art Visual Communication Professors, Ellen McMahon, Kelly Leslie, and then MFA candidate, Jonathan Black, was named "Best in Show." Ground|Water also received the "Gold Award" in the Book Category and one of three "Judge's Awards." It is in the permanent collection of the UCDA.Read More
Professor of Art History, Dr. Stacie G. Widdifield and Dr. Jeffrey M. Banister (Assistant Research Social Scientist and Assistant Editor at the Southwest Center; Assistant Professor in the School of Geography and Development, SBS) were awarded a prestigious American Council of Learned Societies Collaborative Research Fellowship for their project on The Visual Culture of Water in Early 20th Century Mexico. Congratulations Dr. Widdifield!Read More
School of Art photography Professor, David Taylor participating in international exhibition, "Border Cultures: Part Two (work, labour)" at AGW, as part of the Border Cultures 2013-15 exhibition series.Read More
Arizona Illustrated video featuring Photography Professor, Sama Alshaibi.Read More
Renowned landscape photographer and School of Art Photography Professor, Frank Gohlke, will photograph the world's last wild apple forests in Kazakhstan, a once-in-a-lifetime project made possible by a Fulbright Scholar grant.Read More
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Venue Joseph Gross Gallery
May 28, 2014 - August 29, 2014
Closing Reception: Friday, August 29, 2014 from 5:30 -7pm. The Give and Take, explores the psychological and emotional responses to the material of the pop culture lexicon. Both Bauer and Potter adapt, appropriate, alter and excavate our shared public domain in an attempt to decode how we attach meaning to the iconography of our culture.