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December 9, 2019 Art in the Media

Drawing Professor’s NY Solo Show Favorably Reviewed

Associate Professor Pete Schulte‘s latest solo exhibition – a graphic distillation of his artist residency at the Chinati Foundation last summer – was favorably reviewed in Hyperallergic, the online arts magazine. Schulte’s drawings in graphite, along with gouache, ink and pigment, were at McKenzie Fine Art Gallery, New York, N.Y., through Dec. 21, 2019. For

An African American sifting salt from one hand to the palm of another hand.
October 22, 2019 Alumni News

Celestia Morgan: Catalyst for Social Change

The positive words Celestia Morgan tells her students sound like an affirmation for her own future: “You have the power to change your own community for the better and art can be a catalyst for social change.” The camera is alumna Celestia Morgan’s way of exploring, exposing and changing her world, from racist housing practices

Art and Art History students and faculty congregate for group photo at the Alhambra in Granada.
October 21, 2019 Featured

Adventures in Spain

“A transformation happens when students study abroad. They’re able to see the world in new ways, and the work that they start producing afterwards is always remarkable.” – Professor Jason Guynes Twenty students – 13 studio art or art history majors and seven from other majors – had the time of their lives in May