Midterm Review Sculpture II/Advanced

HI Guys!

On Monday we will be 1) doing our Midterm 2) reading Your Artist Staement to the class 3) sharing the sketches of your projection projects.

MIDTERM: Will include my own questions from the material below so please go review all materials!
—How To Write About Art (Intro and Sculpture section)
—-How To Write An Artist Statement (http://www.agora-gallery.com/advice/blog/2015/05/12/how-to-write-an-artist-statement/)
—-Swale Sculpture … Read more …

Swal: Designs For An Edible Floating Forrest, Saturday Sculpture Workshop at Rutgers-Camden

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Students from my Advanced Sculpture classes, Andrew Hamill’s Sculpture Foundations class and Mary Mattingly’s Art and Urban Sustainability class at Rutgers-Camden, cam together for a day long workshop to design planters for the project Swale, which is an edible floating forrest created on top of submerged container freight boxes. A full project description is available here: http://www.swaleny.org/html/images.htmlAndrea … Read more …

MALS Classes added in Fine Art!

I am thrilled to report that the Rutgers Camden campus is getting its first grad level classes in Fine Arts! This Summer Session 2016 the MALS program, in conjunction with the Department of Fine Arts, is offering graduate level courses in creams sculpture and new media. As the Acting Directer of the MALS program this spring … Read more …

SkypeOnArt: Jim Andrews

Hi Everybody,We will be Skyping today with Jim Andrews, a pioneer in the field of music, visualization, poetry and interactive media. Andrews work explores the idea that poetic experience is not the exclusive territory of words and lines. The work casts the interactor in the position of composer, mixing and sequencing voice and audio samples and corresponding … Read more …

Steal This Project at 3rd St Gallery, Philadelphia

As part of the Mixed Use / Extending TheTerms exhibition at 3rd St. Gallery in Philadelphia, the Advanced Sculpture class installed Steal This Project a series of objects installed on the street in from of the gallery that had been designed to be stolen. Each object incorporated a hand sized rock and other materials aimed at … Read more …

Rutgers–Camden Presents “SkypeonArt” Fall 2015

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Rutgers–Camden will become the central hub for interactive, online conversations with nationally and internationally renowned artists, as it presents “SkypeonArt” this fall.I’m thrilled to report that this year’s lineup includes presentations on talking points for chat bots, the musical preferences of drones and the “Visions of Place” exhibition that is currently on view at the … Read more …