Read all about it in the DTH: https://www.dailytarheel.com/article/2019/08/chambers-portrait-unveling-0828. Congratulations, Will!
Congratulations to PhD Alumnus Michael Yonan, Professor of Art History at the University of Missouri, on the recent publication of Eighteenth-Century Art Worlds: Global and Local Geographies of Art, ed. Stacey Sloboda and Michael Yonan (New York: Bloomsbury, 2019). While … Continued
Michelle P. Brown’s Understanding Illuminated Manuscripts, originally published in 1994 and a standard English-language reference work on the terminology associated with the study of European illuminated manuscripts of the Middle Ages and Renaissance, has been published in a new edition … Continued
Useful Fictions is a week-long symposium and a public participatory art project in Paris. It is a platform to embrace complex problems by modeling radical openness to research in which tools, laboratories, studios are shared between artists and scientists to expand … Continued
Sydney Steen was named Creative Economies Coordinator of the N.C. Arts Council on May 1. She previously served as the Arts in Communities Coordinator for the agency, and while she will continue to provide support to Grassroots Arts partners, her … Continued
Soft Storage, solo show of work by MFA 2007 Maria Britton, at My Room, Attic 506 in Chapel Hill through August Soft Storage Working free from square painting supports and utilizing bed sheets as her primary surface, Britton makes work … Continued
Night Swim Vanessa Murray (MFA 2017) The Durham Art Guild June 26 – July 24th Golden Belt Campus 800 Taylor St. Durham 3rd Friday Reception: July 19th, 6-9 pm Artist Talk at 6:30 Night swim explores the psychological vulnerability that … Continued
Read this excellent article about recent MFA graduate Reuben Mabry and how his military experiences inform his artworks! Accompanying video below:
MFA Alumna Joy Meyer was recently interviewed for The Rib and VoyageLA.