The annual Informal Cities Workshop teaches students to grapple with frictions and interconnections between the informal and formal aspects of the city. Chelina Odbert was the 2021 guest lecturer.
Jennifer Ingram presents on her project Pathways to gallery visitors at an exhibition of work by seven design faculty members at the Des Lee Gallery, October 23–November 20, 2021.
Asst. prof. Constance Vale and inst. techs Bryce Robinson and Dryden Wells taught students techniques of wax burnout for investment molds, centrifugal metal casting, and basic metal finishing.
Painter Meleko Mokgosi, the Sam Fox School’s 2021-22 Freund Teaching Fellow, meets and conducts individual studio reviews with MFA in Visual Art students throughout the fall semester.
Working from designs made in Adobe Illustrator and cut out with a Cricut or cut by hand, students made layered pressure prints in the Kranzberg Book Studio under the instruction of lecturer Ben Kiel.
Oct. 22, 2021—Faculty and guests discussed topics relating to Designing the Modern City: Urbanism Since 1850, written by Eric P. Mumford, the Rebecca and John Voyles Professor of Architecture.
Members of the Sam Fox School community gathered for a celebration of the School’s 15th anniversary on October 25, 2021.
Members of the Sam Fox School community—including dean emeritus Dinos Michaelides, second from left—gathered for a celebration of the School’s 15th anniversary on October 25, 2021.
Students learned how to operate the Artec 3D handheld scanning tool to create a digital rendering of their own bodies, then learned how to use the software Browzwear to design customized clothing.
Student assistants worked with associate professor Derek Hoeferlin in the Caleres Fabrication Studio on his Exhibit Columbus project.
Ten visual art faculty members are presenting work across media in an exhibition at the Des Lee Gallery, September 11-October 9, 2021.
Visitors to the Kemper Art Museum view the current exhibition from the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery, on view through January 23.
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In this Kemper Art Museum exhibition, 45 contemporary artists selected by jury explore a wide range of artistic approaches while responding to current social and political contexts.
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