School of art

School Notes: School of Art
September/October 2007

Marta Kuzma |

Sculpture building open, but not for art students

The new School of Art Sculpture Building, which has been constructed between Park, Edgewood, and Howe streets, opened its doors in late July, but sculpture faculty and students will still have to wait at least a year before they can take advantage of the space. The new structure is currently housing the School of Architecture while the Paul Rudolph-designed A&A Building undergoes complete renovation. Meanwhile, the sculpture program remains at Hammond Hall across campus.

Sculpture faculty exhibit in United States and abroad

With the sculpture department staying put in Hammond Hall, primary sculpture faculty have had time to prepare for exhibitions of their work. Lecturer Daphne Fitzpatrick will have a solo show at Bellwether in New York City from October 11 to November 10. Associate professor Joe Scanlan has two exhibitions on view this fall in Europe, one at the Kunstammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen in Dusseldorf, Germany, and another at the Institut d'Art Contemporain in Villeurbanne, France. And Professor Jessica Stockholder ’85MFA, director of studies in sculpture, is showing her work this fall in Los Angeles and Vienna, Austria, and is working on an outdoor piece for Madison Square Park in New York City.



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