Senior show was a huge success…congratulations to Justyna Bicz, Nicole Lee, Meryl Seward, Erica Reiss, Alexis Sones, Sarah Olson, Adam Chung, Juliette Walker and Lucas Walker for a great exhibition. Also thanks to all of the staff at the Museum for orchestrating such an elegant show and navigating the diverse needs of the students.. Pies, painting, tattoos, sculpture, sound, animation…. awesome!
Juliette making pies during the opening..they were fantastic
Nicole and mom posing in front of Nicole’s large wall sculpture
Lucas as Tattoo Artist giving past art major, Emma, a tattoo
Alexis and friend enjoying the night…Alexis’ painting in background
Professor Mark Allen as subject for an Alexis Sone portrait
Professor Allen sporting vaguely familiar attire and stance and while visiting with Melissa Manfull
Erica and sister discussing how awkward openings seem to be.
One of Meryl’s interactive, knitted, sculptural works waiting for someone to enter it
Everyone is super excited to see the long process of design finally hit dirt. wHY architects and Hamilton Construction are doing a great job making real the program that faculty and students have shaped… a great building that embodies the thinking and creativity of the arts, a building that has space to teach and to make art and a building that becomes a place that people from different disciplines come together. Photos by TJ Mills of Hamilton Construction…
Through an Elemental Arts grant from the Mellon foundation the art faculty and the senior art majors took a trip to the spiral jetty – made by Robert Smithson in the early 70′s. AMAZING!
IT AIN’T FAIR 2012
December 6 – 9, 2012
Miami Beach, FL
Opening reception: Thursday, December 6, 6 – 9 PM
OHWOW is pleased to announce the fifth and final edition of the annual group exhibition It Ain’t Fair (IAF). Coinciding with Art Basel Miami Beach, It Ain’t Fair 2012 celebrates the history and tradition of IAF‘s renowned multimedia production, and closes the chapter on what came to define OHWOW’s identity as a community platform for progressive art in all media.
Professor Sandeep Mukherjee with current and former students in New York City at the Brennan & Griffin Gallery for his show opening in October.