American University's Department of Art proudly presents their graduate level studio art students at the American University Museum April 1 through April 20. Champion Divers features art by First Year MFA students Ayad Almissouri, Mandy Cooper, Michael Holt, Tim Hoyt, Nathan Mullins, Angel Samudre, Jenny Wu, and Bobby Yi.
Double Mirror is a mixed media exhibition of 30 Korean-American artists on view at the American University Museum April 1 though June 1. These unique artists convey the cultural complexity and richness of serving two countries, Korea and America.
In Residence: The Neighbors, co-curated by AU professors Zoe Charlton and Tim Doud, illustrates a cross section of nineteen talented and diverse teaching artists from thirteen universities and colleges in the area. This exhibition is the third and final installment of a three part colloquium series highlighting the reciprocity between the …more
Museum members are invited to a sneak peak of the late spring exhibition with director Jack Rasmussen and a panel discussion on the impact of poetry on the creation of art and of art on the creation of poetry. Panelists include Michael Duncan, curator of "An Opening of the Field," Linda Voris, AU Department of Literature professor and artist and Split this Rock member, Judy Byron.
Artist Jess Collins and poet Robert Duncan formed one of the most fascinating artistic partnerships of the 20th century in San Francisco in the early 1950's. This exhibition examines their unique position as precursors of Postmodernism through more than 140 individual and collaborative works of art and letters from private and public collections.
AU's Department of Art proudly presents the work of MFA Thesis candidates in the late spring exhibition Perambulators. The multidisciplinary Studio Art program showcases an exciting range of artwork including works in painting, sculpture, collage and material studies, photography and new media. The MFA Thesis Exhibition Perambulators features work by the following artists: Andy Baritz, Jody Fang, …more