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Prof. Millie Chen in UB Sustainability News

January 23, 2015  by: Dom

Prof. Millie Chen on Gulangyu

Professor Millie Chen was interviewed by UB Sustainability regarding her practice and thoughts on sustainability: I address sustainability issues in all art courses that I teach. One of my courses, Installation: Urban Space, directly engages the city of Buffalo through researching specific urban locations toward the creation of site-specific installations. > Read more from UB Sustainability

Inquisitive Lens: Marion Faller

October 8, 2014  by: Dom

Marion Faller: Butter Lambs and Easter Eggs, Penney’s Dairy, Broadway Market, Buffalo, NY, Spring 1988

Burchfield Penney Art Center celebrates the work of late UB Professor of Photography Marion Faller On View Friday, October 10, 2014–Sunday, March 29, 2015 From: Burchfield Penney Art Center, October 8, 2015 Photographer and social documentarian Marion Faller (1941-2014) emerged from an academic tradition in photography. Her work began as formal black and white compositions of Read More

Cradle to Grave II- Exhibition opening September 25th 2014

September 10, 2014  by: Dom

  Cradle to Grave: Re-Appropriation, Obsolescence, and the Arts September 25th- October 18th, 2014 Opening reception Thursday September 25th 5:00 pm-7:00 pm Lower Gallery Center for the Arts University at Buffalo The Cradle to Grave exhibition challenges participants to use and incorporate seemingly outdated art and technology artifacts in innovative works of art. This year over forty artists, Read More

Prof. George Hughes @ LACMA – Fútbol: The Beautiful Game

February 3, 2014  by: Natalie Fleming

Professor George Hughes‘ work now on view in LACMA‘s current exhibition, Fútbol: The Beautiful Game, which runs from February 2 until July 20, 2014.  Works of art from approximately thirty artists will be on display, brought together in order to examine football and its global significance. LACMA states that the theme of football allows their newest exhibition Read More

Tour, an audio-video installation by Prof. Millie Chen, on view at Albright-Knox

January 31, 2014  by: Natalie Fleming

A new audio-video installation by Department of Art Professor Millie Chen, entitled Tour, will be on view at the Gallery for New Media in the Albright-Knox Art Gallery from January 30th until May 18, 2014. The Albright-Knox describes Tour as an installation that “contemplates arguably ‘healed’ genocide sites,” provoking questions for its viewers: How can we sustain Read More

Professor George Hughes in Solo Exhibition at Skoto Gallery, NYC

November 20, 2013  by: Natalie Fleming

George Hughes, Brown Rust, 2013, oil on canvas, 39.5 x 49.5 in Skoto Gallery will have an opening reception on Thursday, November 21st, from 6-8pm for its new exhibition Collisions, which displays recent paintings by George Hughes, a professor in the Department of Art. Professor Hughes gave an artist’s statement about his recent work in the gallery’s Read More

Print Sale Benefit Participation

November 18, 2013  by: Jeff Sherven

Students wishing to participate in the sale may deliver 3 works wrapped in a paper folio by Thursday Nov 21, 10:00am, B31 CFA. All work must be signed & dated. Each must include: price, title, artist, medium size, email & phone. Proceeds split 70% artist / 30% EPIC Fund for research & scholarship in Print Media.

Images from Ruby Merritt's 2013 MFA Thesis Show: Ology

  by: Natalie Fleming

Ology – MFA Thesis Exhibition Ruby Merritt April 11 -25, 2013 Carnegie Art Center [nggallery id=14] Ruby Merritt, OLOGY I MFA Thesis Show, Opens Tonight, April 11, 2013

18th Annual Print Sale Benefit WHAT’S UP!

November 12, 2013  by: Jeff Sherven

Print Sale - whats up

Thursday Nov 21, 11am to 7pm • UB Center for the Arts   Tis the week before Thanksgiving and all the prints will be displayed with care in hopes that patrons and collectors have some coin to spare. All kinds of student prints, past and present, will be available for purchase cash, check or charge. A Read More

John Jennings, Ebony Interview, on Designing the Cover of "Afrofuturism"

October 1, 2013  by: Dom

From EBONY, October 1, 2013: In Afrofuturism: The World of Black Science Fiction and Fantasy Culture, author Ytasha L. Womack cites Tate and Dery’s pioneering writing while simultaneously building on and extending the journey. Incorporating autobiography, academic study and information about numerous Afrofutursist practitioners. Artist John Jennings supplied Afrofuturism’s stunning cover. “Afrofuturism is not just science fiction based, Read More

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