In Gradations, Buffalo artist Megan Metté, a visiting assistant professor in the Department of Art and Art History, questions what it takes to feel at home in the contemporary American house. Her work is on display at Sage Art Center through January 15.
The new installation of a new 12-foot tall sculpture in Jackson Court on the River Campus is part of an effort to bring more public art to the university's landscape. Artist Sabri Gokmen’s CALYX was selected from a pool of more than 120 submissions received from an international call for proposals.
For the first day of the fall 2015 semester, advanced drawing students undertook a collaborative exercise "to make a singularly-themed two-component drawing that addresses time and the ethereal," tracing the CALYX sculpture using powdered chalk and charcoal. The chalk leaves washed away and the structural limbs were left to fade at a slower/different rate.
59 Days of Independence
Arts lecturer Heather Layton and her husband Brian Bailey ‘09W have launched an intercultural arts project, open to all, in which participants celebrate the independence day of one of 59 countries around the globe. Read more at www.rochester.edu/newscenter/59-days-of-independence/ .