The aggressive kineticism of Futurism in Chase-Riboud’s sculpture is tempered by a keen appreciation of the erotic and lyrical.
Learn more about the two-year residential program for illustrators, comic artists, and designers at a virtual open house this November.
Prospective students can meet faculty, tour studios, and learn more about the two-year residential program at a virtual open house on November 7.
The unabashedly feminine oeuvre of the collagist, sculptor, and conceptual artist is a smorgasbord of shimmer and sequin, a bling manifesto for the senses.
The engulfing vocal testimony of Miller’s audio-visual art speaks to the threat of death faced by people of color in this country.
Assembly Required suggests it is high time to strap on a colorful mask and play with someone you don’t know — or don’t know well enough.
Sk8 Liborius, which has run the space since 2012, wants to turn it into an arts hub for under-resourced youth.
The Sam Fox School’s 2022 MFA-IVC graduating class will exhibit their work at the High Low gallery in St. Louis’s midtown arts district.
Nine Ways from Sunday opens at the Sam Fox School’s Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum on April 9.
The piece will be installed at the new campus of Doorways, a nonprofit that helps individuals living with HIV/AIDS.
Jackson’s two-dimensional surfaces lead us into a maze of shapes and visual gestures, yet tease us into recognizing the figures hidden within.
On December 13, learn about the Sam Fox School’s graduate programs in Visual Art and Illustration & Visual Culture, as well as the university’s competitive financial aid packages.