In other news: 1.16.19

Filmmaker Magazine names this work edited by a Media Studies grad one of its years most anticipated films, Arlington Magazine previous a posthumous exhibition of work by a Fine Arts graduate, and Columbus press take note of our 140th anniversary exhibition. Get the skinny on what’s happening on campus, in Columbus, and points well beyond.

Filmmaker Magazine named Knives and Skin, edited by Mike Olenick (Media Studies Still-Based, 2000), as one of its most anticipated movies of 2019. Read more here.

Hollywood Reporter announced Knives and Skin will be screened as part of the Berlin Film Festival Thursday, Feb. 7, to Sunday, Feb. 17. Read more here.

Assistant Director of Graduate Studies Molly Burke (Fine Arts, 2006) has a solo show, Queuing, on view at Kent State University | Stark,  on view Thursday, Feb. 7 through Saturday, March 2. Read more here.

Burke also will be teaching a glassblowing class at the Corning Museum of Glass May 24–May 26. Read more here.

Associate Professor of Fine Arts Danielle Julian Norton’s exhibition Double Yellow Line, which looks at the intersections of art, architecture, and design influenced by 1960s counterculture, is on view through Saturday, Feb. 16. An artist talk is scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 2 at 2 p.m. Read more here.

Arlington Magazine previewed the upcoming exhibition Big Al Carter: A Retrospective, featuring Iconic Washington, D.C. artist and CCAD alum Allen “Big Al” Carter (Fine Arts, 1970), who will be posthumously celebrated during Black History Month at the Fred Schnider Gallery of Art in Arlington, Virginia in the new exhibit. An opening reception will be held on Friday, Jan. 25, from 6 to 9 p.m., and the show will run through Sunday, March 3. Read more here.

Columbus Alive previewed our exhibition of ephemera connected to our student exhibitions through the decades: 140 Years of Creative Excellence. Read more here.

Columbus Underground also took note of 140 Years of Creative Excellence. Read more here.

Associate Professor of Contemporary Crafts and Fine Arts Julie Abijanac will host a paper folding class on Wednesday, April 10, at the Riffe Gallery. Read more here.  

Columbus writers Vernell Bristow, Marcus Jackson, and Negesti Kaudo took to the stage in November to share their original work and discuss their personal reflections of the Harlem Renaissance. WOSU Public Media covered their reading, organized by Assistant Professor Joshua Butts, Head of Writing, Literature, and Philosophy at CCAD, in its arts showcase Broad and High. Watch more here.

A number of CCAD grads are involved in Diamond in a Rhinestone World, an art show paying tribute to Dolly Parton, at Wild Goose Creative, on view through January, and recently featured in Columbus Alive. They include Jen Wrubleski (Illustration, 2010), who helped curate the show, as well as the following: Thom Glick (Illustration, 2004), Kate Morgan (Media Studies, Still-Based, 2008),  Logan Schmitt (Illustration, 2016), Cat Sheridan (Fine Arts, 2003), and Jamie Sommer (Fine Arts, 2007). Read more here.

Industrial Design students at Columbus College of Art & Design, led by Professor David Burghy, are going to work with an Ohio-based nonprofit called Craftsmen for Kids, Inc., to design wooden toys for children in need. A showcase of the various toy concepts created will take place on Saturday, Feb. 9, 11:30 a.m.–1 p.m. in CCAD’s Crane Center lobby. Read more here.

Roger Williams (Fine Arts, 1968), was recognized by Ohio state Rep. Adam Miller for his work stretching from Columbus' Hilltop neighborhood to Burbank, California.

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