Jorge Lucero Kennedy Center Workshop


Art Education Associate Professor Jorge Lucero will present a workshop at the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC, on December 2.

Teacher as Artist-in-Residence: The Most Radical Form of Expression to Ever Exist
What if we radically change the way we think of teaching so that it becomes an art practice? What if you became the artist-in-residence in your own classrooms? By dismantling long-held ideas about expertise, productivity, and art itself, this workshop proposes a pathway for teachers to permanently exist as creative practitioners in their own classrooms and schools. Other than thinking, there is no special art skill requirement for you to emerge as the premiere artist-in-residence in your classroom.

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Kyle Bauer Pulse Art Fair


Kyle Bauer (BFA 2007, Sculpture), along with artists Brian Dunn and Patrick Harkin, will exhibit at the PULSE Art Fair on December 3-8, 2019.

Material Tension is a presentation of three artists who explore material and medium utilizing humor and a high level of craft.

Kyle has an impressive breadth of work, command of craftsmanship, and refinement. The work he is including at the fair is new: a rich and clever arrival at his own defined aesthetic. In his own words: "I allude to themes and the metaphor of a journey, which coupled alongside my continual quest for self-discovery, has been manifested into sculptures that aid the viewer as they navigate the gallery space. Each sculpture exists as an honest form."

PULSE Art Fair, Indian Beach Park, 4601 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, FL.


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Associate Professor of Art History Terri Weissman answering questions about her Research Presentation, "When Water Becomes a Weapon: The Art and Politics of Toxicity and Violence in American Cities," at the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Seoul, S. Korea. June, 2019.

artdes opportunities

The School of Art + Design at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign invites applications for an Associate Professor of Graphic Design. We encourage applications from the Graphic Design discipline, but applicants from all traditional as well as nontraditional and interdisciplinary areas of Design are also urged to apply. This is a full-time tenured appointment with an anticipated start date of August 16, 2020.