Artist talks engage and explore
Monday, October 6th, 2014
Guest artists, via public artist talks and in-class critiques for BFA majors, engage our students in an interactive process of concept, construction, and critique. The public is welcome to experience our artist talks throughout the winter. All atrium events are free and open to the public.
10/16/14 at 10 a.m.
Upon completion of military service, Hruby attended the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, Mass., where he focused in sculpture and received a prestigious Traveling Scholars Award. His work has been shown in numerous group and solo shows on the East Coast and is included in several private and public collections, including the National Vietnam Veterans Art Museum in Chicago.
Andy Chen and Waqas Jawaid
10/23/14 at 11:30 a.m.
Isometric design studio is a visual identity and graphic design consultancy based in New York City.
Andy studied sociology at Princeton University and graphic design at RISD, where he received his MFA as a Soros Fellow. At Princeton, he was awarded the Pyne Honor Prize, its highest general undergraduate distinction.
An architect and public artist from Karachi, Pakistan, Waqas Jawaid received his undergraduate degree with highest honors from Princeton University and a Masters in Architecture with distinction from the Harvard Graduate School of Design. At Princeton, he was awarded the Frederick White Prize for his thesis on architectural apartheid in the Paris exurbs.
Mosaic Project artist Lydia Panas
11/7/14 at 3:30 p.m.
Lydia is an award-winning photographer whose work has been exhibited widely, including at The National Portrait Gallery, London, The Scottish National Portrait Gallery, and the Phillips Collection in Washington DC. Lydia’s work has been published in the New York Times Magazine, Photo District News, Popular Photography, and others. She received a Whitney Museum Independent Study Fellowship, and has taught photography at numerous institutions that include The Museum of Modern Art. Her first monograph entitled “The Mark of Abel” — which will be on display at PCA&D during the Mosaic Project — received a “Best Books” nomination from Photo Eye Magazine (2011), named in the Photo District News “PHOTO ANNUAL – Books of 2012,” and cited as “Best Coffee Table Book of 2012” by the Daily Beast. The cover image is shown, right.
Panas is also a guest speaker at the mid-Atlantic regional conference of the Society of Photographic Educators, being held in Lancaster, Pa. November 7-9, 2014.
1/29/15 at 10 a.m.
Sharon Core is a NYC-based photographer who, according to an Elle Decor review of her work, “…piles up armloads of the specimen vegetables, fruit, and flowers that she cultivates in her lush Hudson Valley garden. Period glassware and props complete her meticulously-constructed images, which replicate still-life paintings from the time before her own chosen medium, photography, was even invented.” Core’s image, “1720,” is shown below.
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