In other news: 2.6.19
The Columbus Dispatch says CCAD’s found footage screening is a can’t-miss, Online Ceramics turns fashion fans’ heads, and a Buddhist monk helps CCAD’s emerging artists get off to a blessed start. Get the skinny on what’s happening on campus, in Columbus, and points well beyond.
From some groan-worthy ‘80s fashion styles to notable clips of first CCAD President Joseph Canzani in the classroom, CCAD’s upcoming found footage screening in conjunction with our 140th anniversary is funny, touching, and not to be missed, noted The Columbus Dispatch. Read more here.
Online Ceramics, from CCAD grads Elijah Funk (Fine Arts, 2012) and Alix Ross (Fine Arts, 2012) continue to turn heads. This time, it’s New York Magazine and Hypebeast talking about the counterculture fashion brand. Read more here.
Animation Chair and Associate Professor Charlotte Belland (Advertising & Graphic Design, 1997) hosted a Blessing of the Art Supplies by Buddhist monk Geshe la Kalsang Damdul on Thursday, Jan. 31. The event, intended to help artists get a positive start in art-making, was covered by The Columbus Dispatch. Read more here.
Associate Professor Danielle Julian Norton (Fine Arts, 1999) was featured in Columbus Alive in connection with her show Double Yellow Line, on view in February at the Angela Meleca Gallery. Read more here.
Jimmy Baker (Fine Arts, 2002) has a solo show opening Friday, Feb. 15, at LMAK Gallery in New York City. Read more here.
Paula Rios (Advertising & Graphic Design, 1994) discusses her move from Chile to Ohio (and later, across the country) in a feature in the publication Chestnut Hill Local, on the occasion of an exhibition of her paintings opening on Friday, Feb. 8. Read more here.
Let there be light, an exhibition curated by AJ Vanderelli (Fine Arts, 2008), opens at the Vanderelli Room Friday, Feb. 8. Read more here.