The Photo Club Exhibition will be on view in Transpace Gallery 3 February 19th through February 22nd, 2019
Exhibition will be on view in CVA 110 and Transpace Galleries, 2, 2.5 & 3 from February 26th through March 1st, 2019.
Jaimie Warren is based in Brooklyn, NY, and is a multidisciplinary artist and Co-Director/Creator of the community arts project and fake public access tv show “Whoop Dee Doo”. Warren is a NYFA Fellow in Interdisciplinary Arts, and has been awarded artist residencies in NYC with the Sharpe-Walentas Studio Program, BRIC, Abrons AIRspace, American Medium and Pioneer Works.
The Art Education Senior Exhibition will be on view in Transpace Galleries 2 & 2.5 from March 5th through March 8th, 2019.
The Senior Photography Exhibition will be on view from March 5th through March 8th, 2019 in Transpace Gallery 3.
Presented by the Glass Department
Angelo Kakande is a Fulbright Scholar-in-Residence in the School of Art
Sanaz Sohrabi’s (Tehran.1988) studio practice intertwines and crosses paths with research and acts of gatherings, rendering them as a coalesce of theoretical inquiry and practice, often inseparable from one another. Working with experimental moving image, installation and objects, Sohrabi looks at visual traces, acts of viewership and their reciprocal dis/reappearances to investigate the impermanence and malleability of archival records and historical narratives.
Betsy Alwin received her M.F.A. from Illinois State University, a B.F.A. in sculpture and a B.A. in Spanish language from Minnesota State University. A mid-career artist, she has exhibited her work nationally and internationally, including exhibitions at the Berkshire Botanical Gardens (Mass MoCA), the National Botatic Gardens in Washington D.C., The University of Washington, Tacoma, AIR Gallery, New York, and No Globe Exhibition Space, Brooklyn, NY.