Meet the newest class of the “best kept secret” MFA Studio Art program in the country, UConn’s graduate studio art program.
“Conversations at Moore” Opens 2016–17 Series with Sculptor Garth Evans and Artist Julia Klein
Always insightful, “Conversations at Moore” will open its 2016-17 series on Tuesday, September 20 with “On Sculpture with Garth Evans and Julia Klein.”
The Art Students League of New York Offers New Classes, Continues Tradition of Supporting Artists
Artists who have studied and taught at the Art Students League have set the course of American art for more than 140 years. This fall, 20 new League classes range from a series of anatomy lectures to lively “Art Workouts” exploring perception and imagination.
Chrysler Museum Explores Impact of Illegal Ivory Trade with ‘The wildLIFE Project’
The Chrysler Museum of Art will explore the plight of animals threatened by poaching and illegal ivory trade when it hosts Wendy Maruyama: The wildLIFE Project this fall.
Visit Pratt Institute’s Brooklyn Campus for Alumni Exhibitions and a Creative Conversation with Kadir Nelson
On Saturday, September 17, Pratt Institute invites you to enjoy a day of festivities that will include an Alumni Exhibition showcasing the work of more than 65 graduates in galleries across Pratt’s Brooklyn campus. The day will also feature a conversation with alumnus and acclaimed artist and author Kadir Nelson, followed by a book signing.
‘Post No Bills: Public Walls as Studio and Source’ Opens at the Neuberger Museum of Art
Work by nine internationally renowned artists who use the urban landscape as inspiration will be on view at the Neuberger Museum of Art in the multi-media group show Post No Bills: Public Walls as Studio and Source, opening September 11, 2016.
The 2016 Taipei Biennial Examines Gestures and Archives of the Present, Genealogies of the Future
With contributions from more than 80 artists, Taipei Fine Arts Museum and guest curator Corinne Diserens will present a rich, five-month long artistic program interweaving exhibitions, performances, screenings, symposiums, readings, conferences, and workshops in on-going collaborations with various cultural and educational institutions.
BRIC Presents ‘Material Cultures’ Textile Exhibition This Fall
Materials Cultures is a group exhibition featuring the work of eight contemporary visual artists who engage with and respond to essential elements of textile arts: weaving, pattern, draping, embellishing, and wearing.
The Paseo 2016 Fills the Streets of the Taos Historic District with Art in September
In contrast to the “oldest in America” moniker of Taos Pueblo, the Town of Taos, and the Taos Art Colony, one of the newest outdoor art festivals in the country prepares to welcome 25 experimental artists to Taos, New Mexico.
Qalandiya International Returns with Over 100 Artists Exploring Questions of Refuge
Qalandiya International is pleased to announce, This Sea is Mine the third edition of its monthlong collaborative artistic program which will take place across cities and villages in Palestine and the Diaspora, to explore questions of return and refuge.
SVA Continuing Education Fall 2016 Information Sessions
The Division of Continuing Education Information Sessions give you the chance to spend an evening with some of New York City’s top creative talent.
Berlin Art Week: Two Art Fairs, Exhibition Openings, Art Prizes, Films, Project Spaces & Private Collections
From 13–18 September 2016, Berlin will once again become the centre of the international art world. The fifth Berlin Art Week will attract collectors, gallerists, museum directors, and all those interested in art and culture to the German capital.