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Engels the Artist Creates New Sculpture with Students

The School of Art+Design collaborates with the Neuberger Museum of Art.

In a collaboration between the Neuberger Museum of Art and the School of Art+Design, Engels the Artist worked with students to create a new sculpture during an artist-in-residency from October 30 to November 15, 2019.

From Left to right: Engels the Artist; 3-D Media Instructor Felix Matta-Fletcher; and student Gabriella Rosen pose with the final work of art.

The residency fell within the framework of the exhibition Art Got Into Me”: The Work of Engels the Artist on view at the Neuberger Museum of Art October 9–December 22, 2019.

From left to right: VA students: Abigayle Pusz, Maria Licciardi (below), Debora Martinez, Analilian Rodriguez, Xingyun Wang; 3-D Media Instructor Felix Matta-Fletcher; and artist Engels the Artist.

Created by Engels the Artist with the assistance of Felix Matta-Fletcher, 3-D Media Instructional Support Associate and School of Art+Design students: Gabriella Rosen, Analilian Rodriguez, Abigayle Pusz, Samuel Chen, Maria Licciardi, Xingyun Wang.

Associate Professor of Art+Design Julian Kreimer served as faculty advisor.

“Art Got Into Me”: The Work of Engels the Artist was organized by the Neuberger Museum of Art in collaboration with the Willowell Foundation, and curated by Patrice Giasson, assisted by Cynthia Newman. Major support for the exhibition is funded by the Alex Gordon Foundation. Additional support has been provided by ArtsWestchester, with support from the Westchester County Government; and the Triennial Adeline Herder Fund for Collage.