Congratulations to our Spring 2024 Graduates!

Congratulations to our Spring 2024 Graduates! The Department of Art and Art History commends you on your accomplishments and wishes you a bright future. UNDERGRADUATES Daniela Amaya Peyton Anderson Lucy Benton Payton Boyles Maddie Christian   (Magna Cum Laude) Charlie Cohen Jessie Conlisk Theo Conover Kailey Corprew Owen Crocker Madeline Damario Maya Davis John Dipietro Charleston […]

Congratulations to our 2024 Student Recognition Award Winners!

Congratulations to our 2024 Student Recognition Award Winners! These 10 monetary awards recognize undergraduate students in the Department of Art and Art History who went above and beyond in their classes this past year. Most Resilient: Casey Callaway Most Courageous: Emma Daye Outstanding Citizen of the Greater Good: Olivia Macleod Most Innovative Use of Materials: […]

Congratulations to our 2024 Scholarship Recipients!

Congratulations to our 2024 Scholarship Recipients! Our students received recommendations for scholarships based on their academic merit and studio achievement. Aldine Winick and Patricia Winick Cloud Fine Arts Scholarship: Claudia Bokulich Bob Coonts Graphic Design Scholarship: Ben Shultz Barbara Tisserate Memorial Scholarship: Delaney Sandlin Bookstaber & Giardina Art Education Scholarship: Shay Daly and Amy Prine Charlie […]

RayAnn Garcia chosen as Art and Art History’s Banner Carrier for 2024 Graduation Ceremony

Congratulations to RayAnn Garcia for being chosen as Art & Art History’s banner carrier for graduation this week. This honor is based on outstanding academic record together with strong nominations from faculty and staff. Banner carriers signify to the audience that all graduates from a particular department are about to enter Moby Arena during the […]

Cyane Tornatzky’s solo exhibition Liquid Time on view at Laramie County Community College.

Cyane Tornatzky’s solo exhibition Liquid Time opened on January 19 and was on view until February 23 in the Esther and John Clay Fine Art Gallery at Laramie County Community College. As an artist working within the time-based medium of video, Tornatzky is interested in deconstructing how we think about what we see when we […]

Saxon Martinez’s solo exhibition Memories on display in Dallas, Texas

Saxon Martinez’s solo exhibition Memories was on display at the Oak Cliff Cultural Center in Dallas, TX until February 16, 2024. The series was influenced by his parents and the Oak Cliff community and uses the piñata’s celebratory and destructive history to represent pivotal moments during his time in Texas.

Mary-Ann Kokoska, Erika Osborne, Johnny Plastini, and Eleanor Sabin celebrated the opening of Shifting Balance

Mary-Ann Kokoska, Erika Osborne, Johnny Plastini, and Eleanor Sabin celebrated the opening of Shifting Balance: Reflections on Land, Climate, and Beauty at the Lincoln Center on January 20. This exhibition sheds light on the intricate interplay between humanity and the environment and was up until February 24, 2024.

Elnaz Javani’s installation included in ART IRAN,

Elnaz Javani’s installation My Effigies is included in the exhibition ART IRAN: Falling into Language, on view from January 28 – May 5 at Craft Contemporary in Los Angeles, CA. The exhibition presents nine diaspora Iranian artists who engage diverse forms of the Persian alphabet, handwriting, text, and fragments to remain connected to their cultural inheritance […]

Sanam Emami exhibits work at the Schaller Gallery, visits Keene State College

Sanam Emami’s Zeerkhaki // pottery from the ground was exhibited in January at the Schaller Gallery in Baroda, Michigan. This is the first of three exhibitions prompted and inspired by specific historical pottery forms from Iran. Emami’s body of work is a bridge between historical pots created along the trading routes of the Silk Road […]