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MFA Alum Bethany Moody Wins 2017 Outstanding Student Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Award

June 7, 2017  by: Natalie Fleming

Recent MFA graduate Bethany Moody received this year’s Outstanding Student Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Award from the International Sculpture Center. Bethany will be recognized in the 2017 October issue of Sculpture magazine, as well as on the www.sculpture.org website. 354 students, from over 137 colleges and universities world-wide, were nominated to received this award. The jury, which included Edith Newhall, art critic Read More


This Week in the Project Space: 3D Precision Production Concepts

February 17, 2016  by: Natalie Fleming

This Week in the Project Space: Instructor Chris Siano and Fall 2015 ART333 students Fernando Da Silva, Jonathan Kaszuba, Ling Lin, and Rebecca Wing with their 3D Precision Production projects.  Students were tasked with selecting a small synthetic manufactured household object.  Using their selection, students measured and drew eight horizontal and two vertical cross sections. Then, students used chipboard, the laser Read More


This Week in the Project Space: Re-Collection, Drawings Meandering the Space of Memory

November 19, 2015  by: Natalie Fleming

Recollection: Drawings Meandering the Space of Memory by Drawing Concepts undergraduate students with MFA student Liz Black will be on view this week in The Project Space, Room 155, Center for the Arts.  There will be a closing reception on Monday, November, 23rd, from 4:00 – 6:00 PM.  All are welcome. WORKS BY: Habiba Abdelall Kelcie Read More


Tonight in The Project Space: Opening Reception for ART 329’s Material Study, Surface

November 12, 2015  by: Natalie Fleming

Please join us tonight in The Project Space from 5-7PM for the opening reception of ART 329’s Material Study, Surface.   The sculptural work was created by students Jessica Baker, Ashwini Karve, Robert Wysocki, Elisa Cremean with Professor Reinhard Reitzenstein. Plaster soaked fabric draped over top a suspended steel structure alters the spatial experience of the viewer. The Read More


Public Art Project by MFA Student Caroline Doherty – Reception Tonight at Artpark

June 19, 2015  by: Natalie Fleming

As part of ArtPark’s inaugural Working Artist Residency Program, MFA students from five universities were selected to create large scale outdoor sculptures. UB Department of Art MFA student Caroline Doherty, in collaboration with UB American Studies PhD student and Tyendinaga Mohawk scholar-activist Jodi Lynn Maracle and Tuscarora linguist Montgomery Clayton Hill, developed signage in the Tuscarora Read More


Elevator Out Of Order: Undergraduate Sculpture Show Opens Today at Silo City

May 8, 2015  by: Natalie Fleming

Please join the Department of Art advanced and intermediate sculpture students today at Silo City, from 3-6pm, for the opening of their exhibition, Elevator Out of Order.


SUPER[NATURAL] – UB SCULPTURE EXHIBITION AT SILO CITY TOMORROW AFTERNOON

December 4, 2014  by: Natalie Fleming


2014 Silo City Sculpture Show

May 21, 2014  by: Natalie Fleming

Documentation from SUPERCALAPLASTILISTICEXPEGARBALOCIOUS: Silo City Sculpture, an exhibition led by Reinhard Reitzenstein featuring work by Pauline Dziama, Alicia Grunder, Adam Hume, Austin Laughlin, Harumo Sato, Madeline Schlick, Bailey Danahy, Ian Farneth, Matthew Martin, John Wightman, and Alissa Bailey. [nggallery id=48] For more information about the show and artists: Undergraduate Sculpture Exhibition Opens at Silo City on Read More


Undergraduate Sculpture Exhibition Opens at Silo City on May 2nd

April 29, 2014  by: Natalie Fleming

Please join the Dept. of Visual Studies undergraduate sculpture students at Silo City (92 Childs Street) on Friday May 2nd from 4:00pm – 7:00pm for an exhibition of their recent work.  


FitFixFound Sculpture Exhibition in Silo City features VS intermediate and advanced sculpture students

November 15, 2013  by: Natalie Fleming

Come to FitFixFound, an exhibition featuring Professor Reinhard Reitzenstein‘s Intermediate and Advanced sculpture students.  The exhibition opens on November 23rd at Silo City, 92 Childs Street, Buffalo, from 3-5pm. Artists include Liz Tulloch, Alissa Bailey, Bailey Danahy, John Wightman, Manny McKeegan and Mark Ribaudo.