March 2022: Faculty and Staff Accomplishments

A mottled ceramic mask painted brown.

A piece from Arnold Kemp's Less Like an Object and More Like the Weather

A piece from Arnold Kemp's Less Like an Object and More Like the Weather

On March 4, Lecturer Sonya Bogdanova will perform “Hog Butcher of the World” a Syracuse University. It will be broadcast on Zoom [15].

Lecturer Chekwube Danladi published a review of the New York Times bestseller Afterparties by the late Anthony Veasna So in The Georgia Review: GR2 [16].

Professor Eduardo Kac's new space artwork, Adsum [17], flew on the Antares 230+ rocket from Wallops Flight Facility, Virginia, to the International Space Station, on February 19.

Professor Arnold Kemp’s exhibition Less Like an Object and More Like the Weather opened at the Neubauer Collegium for Culture and Society [18] at the University of Chicago.

Professor James McManus’s Positively Fifth Street is in early development as a limited series [19]

Lecturer Mikey Peterson’s work is being featured in the online exhibition The Earth, Our Home: Art, Technology and Critical Action [20].

Professor Christine Tarkowski completed a permanent installation in the College of Engineering’s new Engineering Innovation Building at the University of Illinois Chicago.

Associate Professor Mechtild Widrich published articles in ArtMarginsOnline [21] on Romanian artist Ana Lupas and on transnational commemoration in the bookPublic Space Democracy [22]. She will also be a guest professor [23] at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna in the spring, teaching the course Monumental Cares.


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