Art Student News

News
January 2, 2013
  • An exhibit by Elizabeth Corkery (M.F.A. ’13) appeared recently in New York City. Galerie, a storefront installation of five works that each consisted of multiple, modular, handprinted panels, appeared at 303 10th Avenue in New York City in late October. Corkery also received a grant from the Ian Potter Cultural Trust to spend a month in the United Kingdom this past summer. As a dual U.S./Australian citizen, Corkery was eligible to apply to the Australian-based organization, which offers grants to “assist early career artists of exceptional talent to undertake professional development, usually overseas.”

  • An exhibit titled Exploring Fall Creek and Cascadilla Glen Trails and Gorges featured work by students in associate professor of art Greg Page’s Introduction to Print Media class. The exhibit was on display at the Cornell Plantations’ Nevin Welcome Center during November and December. The students created photographs, photo-positive lithographic plates, and combinations of a traditional lithographic stone and woodcut relief prints as a way of comparing today’s gorges to what they looked like 100 years ago.