Two New Exhibitions from MFA Alumna Alyssa Miserendino

October 16, 2017 MIMIC is both an exhibition and book project of re-photographed original photographic prints with flash, and manipulated originals. All images are taken from my family archive, spanning about 20 years and consisting of over 5,000 images. My father, who I rarely … Continued

Post-Doc Kathryn Desplanque Exhibit Opening at Duke

October 16, 2017

On Wednesday, October 18th, current Post-Doc Kathryn Desplanque will have an exhibit opening at Duke University Libraries. Light refreshments will be served, and both Kathryn and the exhibits coordinator, Meg Brown, will be on hand to chat and discuss. The exhibit, … Continued

PhD Candidate Carlee Forbes named Fulbright-Hays Fellow

September 22, 2017

Congratulations to graduate student Carlee Forbes, one of six UNC students named to the 2017 Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad Fellows Program. More details can be found here. Carlee Forbes is a doctoral candidate in the Art History Department from Kalamazoo, Michigan. … Continued

PhD Candidate Francine Kola-Bankole has 2 recent publications

September 22, 2017

Congratulations to graduate student Francine Kola-Bankole, who has had two new reviews published recently. The first, about Ifa Divination, is on H-Net online. The second, about Nigerian modernism, is in the forthcoming winter issue of African Arts.

Studio Update from MFA Alumnus Eric Pickersgill

September 13, 2017

This update is long overdue but I have been busy learning to juggle my new role as a dad while maintaining my art practice. As always, thank you for your continued support. -Eric Exhibitions Lianzhou Foto Festival Traveling Exhibition  Chongqing, China Selections … Continued

Associate Professor Hong-An Truong Exhibition at SECCA

August 31, 2017

Exhibit Opening: Hong-An Truong Treatment for a Year of the Rabbit Opening Night Reception Sept. 5, 2017, 6pm-8pm Artist Talk: 6:30pm Hong-An Truong uses photography and video to provide a sense of the collapse of past and present by using … Continued