When Art and Institutions Collide
“I think it is important to think about why you are making the point you are when you make a work of art that may be controversial or polarizing,” Wayne said in partial support of the proposal process through Art School Consideration. “However, if we have earnest theory and plans for a piece, I believe it is the responsibility of an art school to let us be in control of our work and take the risks we should be taking as art students.”
What About Those Post-graduation Paychecks?
Findings highlight the importance of exploring long-term employment strategies rather than expecting the perfect profession to fall into place immediately after graduation. This is where The Co-op and Career Center aims to assist students and alumni. “The market isn’t as reliable as it is in sciences and technologies, it is much more dynamic,” Schutta emphasized. “That’s why it requires making relationships and becoming involved in professional organizations or professional networks while one is a student here.”
Live-blogging the 2013 Academy Awards.
Online stories of the week including George W. Bush's paintings and Beyonce's fierce face.
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‘The Great Refusal: Taking on New Queer Aesthetics.’
A division was created between more acceptable forms of homosexuality (i.e., devoted, monogamous, upstanding gay couples) and everyone else (i.e., S&M, body modification, trans, etc.). Opie represented these individuals in a way that valued their differences against the pressure to integrate into a more “palatable” version of homosexuality. “The Great Refusal” is thematically aligned with Opie’s desire for a multitude of perspectives on how queerness can and should be represented.