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Two canvas paintings sit outside in the sun atop a multicolored painted pavement surface. The canvas in the foreground is royal blue and navy and the canvas in the background is teal, orange, yellow, and cream.
Lecture

Dona Nelson: The Figure in Paint, Figures in Paintings, Figures Looking at Paintings, February 21

Listen to Dona Nelson discuss large-scale painting and the possibilities for material invention.

A building façade of windows and another building surrounded by trees and a blue sky in the background.
Feature

The Future of The Foundry

The anticipated renovation of The Foundry is underway with changes meant to create an expanded new Jack Squier Sculpture Studio and comfortable, accessible, state-of-the-art spaces for M.F.A. students.

A series of desktop popup windows showing different animal-like creatures.
Exhibition

Pascal Schwaighofer: Rough Cut(s), February 6–16

View this exhibition presenting a video essay assemblage of found footage, interviews, and educational 3D animations, exploring the space of contact between film and bioengineering.

Black and grey photo of a simple house on a tall foundation, surrounded by boulders and rock rubble, with a foreground of barren trees.
Exhibition

Michael Ashkin: Architecture and Utopia, February 6–23

View an exhibition of photographs taken by Art Professor Michael Ashkin at locations around the globe. 

Busy urban street filled with cars and colorful buildings
Lecture

Alison Brooks: Context Is Everything, February 15

Attend a lecture featuring this semester's Gensler Visiting Critic Alison Brooks, one of the U.K.'s most highly awarded and internationally acclaimed architects.

Book with an outdoor scene with green grass, a tower, blue sky and clouds. The title on the book states
Lecture

Christopher Ali: Rural Broadband in the United States: Politics, Policies, and Polities, February 17

Hear a discussion of the history, policy failures, and why a people-centered approach to rural broadband is necessary to achieve the goal of connecting communities.

Two canvas paintings sit outside in the sun atop a multicolored painted pavement surface. The canvas in the foreground is royal blue and navy and the canvas in the background is teal, orange, yellow, and cream.
Lecture

Dona Nelson: The Figure in Paint, Figures in Paintings, Figures Looking at Paintings, February 21

Listen to Dona Nelson discuss large-scale painting and the possibilities for material invention.

A series of desktop popup windows showing different animal-like creatures.
Exhibition

Pascal Schwaighofer: Rough Cut(s), February 6–16

View this exhibition presenting a video essay assemblage of found footage, interviews, and educational 3D animations, exploring the space of contact between film and bioengineering.

Busy urban street filled with cars and colorful buildings
Lecture

Alison Brooks: Context Is Everything, February 15

Attend a lecture featuring this semester's Gensler Visiting Critic Alison Brooks, one of the U.K.'s most highly awarded and internationally acclaimed architects.

A building façade of windows and another building surrounded by trees and a blue sky in the background.
Feature

The Future of The Foundry

The anticipated renovation of The Foundry is underway with changes meant to create an expanded new Jack Squier Sculpture Studio and comfortable, accessible, state-of-the-art spaces for M.F.A. students.

Black and grey photo of a simple house on a tall foundation, surrounded by boulders and rock rubble, with a foreground of barren trees.
Exhibition

Michael Ashkin: Architecture and Utopia, February 6–23

View an exhibition of photographs taken by Art Professor Michael Ashkin at locations around the globe. 

Book with an outdoor scene with green grass, a tower, blue sky and clouds. The title on the book states
Lecture

Christopher Ali: Rural Broadband in the United States: Politics, Policies, and Polities, February 17

Hear a discussion of the history, policy failures, and why a people-centered approach to rural broadband is necessary to achieve the goal of connecting communities.

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