Three-channel audio and sculpture installation composed of televisions, antennas, radios, rosaries handmade out of telephone wire, spiritual artifacts, photographs and letters, psychiatric hospital files, bricks, roofing shingles, clothing, and recordings taken from various sites associated with home or family. Audio: (1) sound of a burning building permeates the space (2) sound of singing comes from and air vent--as if heard from another room (3) periodically an evangelical preacher speaking in tongues pierces the air, from an unplugged tube radio.
Apartment Therapy interviews Khiem Nguyen '11 BFA about what it was like on NBC's Making It, how he got there, and what the future holds for he and his wife Amanda, and their business, A+K Woodworking and Design.
Tam Willey '02 BFA Sculpture, the founder of Toadstool Walks, discusses their discovery of tranquility and peace through Forest Bathing.
Artist and alumna Elizabeth Alexander shapes discarded decor into thought-provoking pieces. Alexander is an Assistant Professor at University of North Carolina School of the Arts and her work is currently on display at the the William King Museum of Art, the Bechtler Museum of Modern Art, and the San Jose Museum of Quilts and Textiles.
Popular Woodworking interviews Reid Schwartz '06 BFA: artist, interested human, maker of tools, worker of wood and restorer of old things.
The Globe highlights alumna Michelle Maroon '11 BFA Sculpture's Instagram account about her artwork, which is "'expressive and emotive series of layers and colors' that create a three dimensional space through 'transparency and fluidity.'"
Alumnus Khiem Nguyen, one half of A&K Woodworking and Design, an Austin-based company specializing in bespoke furniture will be on Making It, a reality competition about crafting hosted by Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman!