In other news: 4.18.2018
Beeler Gallery’s Season Zero featured in Contemporary Art Daily, and we proudly announce our class of 2018 valedictorian. Get the skinny on what’s happening on campus, in Columbus, and points well beyond.
Photographs from Beeler Gallery’s How well do you behave? IN THE FLAT FIELD. This is Season Zero. were featured in Contemporary Art Daily. The show brought together printed historical materials from various fields. From art and design school printed matter (Portikus, Ã‰CAL, Cranbrook Academy ofArt, Villa Arson), to radical literature archive (Black & Red Books and Detroit Printing Co-Op), from fashion runway invitations (Eckhaus Latta) to a philosopher’s notes (Alain Badiou), from a 1970 art tabloid (Culture Hero) to Columbus’ first art book fair. Read more here.
Jason Elizondo (Fine Arts, 2018) has been named the CCAD graduating class of 2018’s valedictorian. Elizondo’s multi-disciplinary work has been featured in exhibitions in Brooklyn, Dayton, and Columbus. His portraits ”act as a political memoir, seducing the viewer into visceral confrontations with the queer body.“ He received the Mary Lane Grant and Smilack Grants for academic achievement, and was a nominee in the Association of Independent Colleges and Universities of Ohio 2018 awards. He was also a resident artist at the New York Studio Residency Program in Dumbo, New York. Read more here.
This summer, CCAD’s Community Education program will offer special effects makeup classes for high school students in grades 9 through 12. It’s the first of its kind in Ohio, says instructor and film and video special effects makeup artist Todd Reed. Read more here.
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