Monday, January 30, 2017

Event Tomorrow: Developing Artist Networks and Communities


Tomorrow:Tuesday, January 31
Cohen Gallery from 6-7:30 pm

This upcoming Tuesday, the Cohen Gallery will host a virtual talk with alumni to discuss their experiences developing and participating in artist networks and communities. Come and learn how to enter and contribute to these communities, hear how our alumni have benefited from participating in these networks, and ask how you can engage now, over the summer, and following graduation!

Sunday, January 29, 2017

Visiting Artist: Suzanne Peck


Next week, Alfred Sculpture welcomes visiting artist Suzanne Peck! Join Suzanne for a demonstration in the National Casting Center Glass Studio on Tuesday, January 31 from 8:20-11:10, followed by an artist talk at 4:30 in Binns-Merrill room 106C!

Suzanne Peck is a visual artist, writer, curator and educator. Suzanne earned her MFA from the Rhode Island School of Design’s glass department. Indeed, glass provides continued inspiration in her work, ...even when the substance itself is absent (isn’t glass always, in a way, absent?). Using glass, photography, digital video and new media, her art practice considers touch, interconnectivity and skin through the lens of sculpture and installation. Her work is exhibited worldwide and held in both public and private collections.

View more of Suzanne's work at SuzannePeck.com

Saturday, January 28, 2017

Sculpture Professor Karen Donnellan to Exhibit at the Ebeltoft Museum in Denmark

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Congratulations to Alfred Sculpture professor Karen Donnellan, whose work "Crescent", a two channel video installation, will be shown in "Young Glass", an international competitive exhibition held once every 10 years at the Ebeltoft Glass Museum in Denmark!

View more of Karen's work at: www.KarenDonnellan.com