emerging artists and scholars

ART AND DESIGN BFA SHOWS

Diego Corredor: Video and sculpture installation
April 6 - 10: Room 1019A

Joseph Sossi and Zachary Ippolito: large scale paintings
April 6 - 10: Room 1016 Perception Lab

THE HOUSE OF BERNARDA ALBA (by Federico Garcia Lorca)

Directed by Roberto A. Lechuga
April 6, 7, and 8 at 8 PM Humanities Theatre

Students- $3 General Admission- $5

DRAWING ISADORA DUNCAN: WALKOWITZ RECORDS THE DANCE

Opens April 23
Neuberger Museum

This exhibit was curated by Emily O'Leary, an art history senior, under the guidance of Tracy Fitzpatrick, professor and Adjunct Curator at the Neuberger. It marks the beginning of a new program offered by the department of Art History which allows students seeking a career in arts administration to gain experience in the field. The show focuses on drawings of Isadora Duncan done by Abraham Walkowitz, an early American modern.

ART AND DESIGN BFA Thesis Exhibition Series 2006
 
April 19 - 22:  Exhibition 1 Printmaking
April 26 - 29:  Exhibition 2 Painting & Drawing
May 3 - 6:   Exhibition 3 Sculpture & Time-based Media

April 19 - May 6:  Photography
 
Richard & Dolly Maass Gallery, School of Art+Design
1019A
1016

May 13 - 19:   All Senior Exhibition
Graphic Design, Painting & Drawing, Photography, Printmaking, Sculpture, Video & Time-based Media

The above spaces and hallways – all installed work must stay up through May 19

AN EVENING OF NEW WRITING

Saturday, April 22 at 5 PM in the Dance Theatre Lab
Monday, April 24 at 7pm in the Signature Theatre in NYC (check website for directions)

The Dramatic Writing Senior Showcase is in its 3rd year, and is going strong.  Both Playwriting and Screenwriting students are featured in the showcase, as their pieces are brought to life by the Senior Acting Company.


NATURAL AND SOCIAL SCIENCE SYMPOSIUM

Saturday, April 29th starting at 9am
Click Here for a full schedule

The Student Science Symposium, now in its 25th year, is an opportunity for the seniors in the School of Natural and Social Sciences to present the results of their senior research. Modeled after a professional meeting, over forty students will make oral presentations in concurrent sessions including Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics/Computer Science, Environmental Science, Psychology, and the Social Sciences.


NEW MEDIA SENIOR SHOW

Wednesday May 3rd - Sunday May 7th at the Student Center.
Open from 4pm to 2am

The exhibition is a collection of all current New Media senior projects. These projects are the results of a year long focus which are interdisciplinary in nature. Students worked with their advisors in creating, developing and presenting their works using different forms of media. The student-initiated projects present different perspectives and approaches to New Media production and distribution.