In other news: 4.24.19

Beeler Gallery’s next chapter heads to Philadelphia, a pair of AdGraph students’ work heads to a national competition, and an Animation professor’s work hits Columbus billboards. Get the skinny on what’s happening on campus, in Columbus, and points well beyond.

Chapter Five of arms ache avid aeon: Nancy Brooks Brody / Joy Episalla / Zoe Leonard / Carrie Yamaoka: fierce pussy amplified, curated by Beeler Gallery Director of Exhibitions Jo-ey Tang, will head to ICA in Philadelphia at the University of Pennsylvania for the ICA’s fall 2019/winter 2020 seasons. Read more here.

India Orban (Advertising & Graphic Design, 2019) and Liz White (Advertising & Graphic Design 2020) are headed to national American Advertising Federation awards competition thanks to their successful performance in a regional competition against peers from Ohio, Kentucky, and West Virginia. Read more here.

Associate Professor and Animation Chair Charlotte Belland (Advertising & Graphic Design, 1997) is one of five artists chosen to have work featured in this year’s ArtPop street gallery, a project from the Greater Columbus Arts Council, ArtPop Street Gallery, Lamar Outdoor, City Solutions, and the Art Makes Columbus/Columbus Makes Art campaign. Belland will have work featured on a billboard and news racks beginning in late April. Read more here.

Several CCAD students, alumni, faculty, and staff from Columbus College of Art & Design are featured in the 6th annual Wild Art Columbus on Saturday, April 27. Read more here.

A hand-painted color photograph by CCAD Director of Graduate Studies Ric Petry is part of Columbus Museum of Art's 2019 Designer Showcase. Read more here.

Director of Continuing & Professional Studies Christine Hill gave summer camp tips to Columbus Parent readers in the magazine’s most recent issue. Read more here.

Painter and Help Desk Operator Albert Gray discussed his artistic practice in the April issue of 614 magazine. Read more here.

Jacs Fishburn (MFA, 2019) discussed Neural, a fiber piece for their master’s thesis, on WCBE’s “Please Touch the Art.” Read (and hear) more here.

The dance work On Board(hers), which is based around the immigration experiences of 15 women immigrants, and which has been publicly rehearsed in CCAD’s Beeler Gallery, was featured on WOSU Public Media’s program Broad & High. Watch it here.

Work by Janelle Moorman (Film & Video, 2020) was selected to screen at this year’s Ohio Shorts competition hosted by Wexner Center for the Arts. The Wex blog featured a Q&A with Moorman in advance of the April 27 screening. Read more here.

Sean Christopher Gallery will feature Old School 2, featuring recent artworks by ten select 1970s and 1980s alumni from Columbus College of Art & Design, this May. An opening reception will take place Saturday, May 4, from 6 to 10 p.m., and the show will continue during regular gallery hours and by appointment through May 25. Artists include: Lee Baumgarten (Fine Arts, 1980), Kirsten Swanson Bowen (Illustration, 1989), Steve Caler (Illustration, 1976), Helma Groot (Fine Arts, 1989), Walter King (Illustration, 1981), Lisa Horkin (Fine Arts, 1985), Marty Hoffelt-Husted (Illustration, 1979), Michael Kaiser (Illustration, 1986), Mary Ann Sullivan (Illustration, 1974), and Robert Tavani (Fine Arts, 1985). Read more here.

Film & Video Chair Nella Citino created the documentary Life with Olivia: A Type 1 Story for the Western Wisconsin Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation’s gala, which raised more than $479,000 this year toward research and education. Watch it here.

Works by CCAD grad Ming Fay (Industrial Design, 1965) will be on view at Sapar Contemporary in the show Ming Fay: Beyond Nature, on view through June 1, reported artdaily. Read more here.

Beeler Gallery Director of Exhibitions Jo-ey Tang will be a juror for FotoFocus’ first regional juried group exhibition, AutoUpdate, in partnership with The Carnegie, a multidisciplinary arts venue in Northern Kentucky. Submissions for the show, which coincides with the 25th anniversary of Aperture magazine’s Metamorphosis: Photography in the Electronic Age, are open to artists in Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana through June 17. AutoUpdate will be on view September 13–November 16, 2019. Read more here.

Catawba College in Salisbury, North Carolina, recently installed Hope, an outdoor sculpture by CCAD alum Jim Weitzel (Fine Arts, 1979), on its campus, where it will remain until early 2020. Read more here.

CORE Studies Assistant Professor Eric Homan (Media Studies Time-Based, 1998) and Mackenzie Bigley (Animation, 2020) were among the winners of the Greater Columbus Convention Center’s 2019 Creative Video, Animation, and Graphic Motion Design Awards. Read more here.

Alum Audrey Stemen (Advertising & Graphic Design, 2018) created lettering for Democratic presidential Pete Buttigieg’s campaign. Read more here.

Master of Design Chair Mercè Graell-Colas discussed her career and the thinking behind integrative design in CityPulse magazine. Read more here.

Adjunct Instructor Brice Bunner recently signed copies of his new book, Jeff Goodwin and The Gnat Who Changed My Life, at the Book Loft in German Village. Read more here.

Professor Emeritus Charlene Fix is one of three authors who will visit the Book Loft on April 30 for a special poetry event in partnership with the Ohioana Library. Read more here.

Adjunct Instructor and Zwelly owner Matt Vojacek welcomed fellow Advertising & Graphic Design Adjunct Instructor Patrick Torres onto his podcast to discuss work Torres’ Studio Freight has created for Roosevelt Coffee. Hear more here.


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