Catch all of the current news and events in Art Studio, including our Visiting Artist Lecture Series, exhibitions, job openings and more. Use the links at left to navigate to News posts and Events posts, as well as job openings when the department is recruiting.
Theodore:Art is hosting the exhibit “Post Script”, an exhibition of work from the archives and artists of Lennon Weinberg, a gallery whose exhibition program in Soho and Chelsea spanned three decades (1988-2019). Works by Professor Robin Hill, as well as Peter Davis and Stephen Mueller, will be on display from June 7 to July 29, 2019.
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A few weeks ago you may have read the New York Times’ article on Google’s use of temp workers, but did you catch the opening photograph? Jessica Eve Rattner (MFA 2021) was commissioned by the Times to document their article “Google’s Shadow Work Force: Temps Who Outnumber Full-Time Employees” and supplied the photo of temp worker Mindy Cruz. Congratulations Jessica!
We are excited to announce that new positions on the Basement Gallery team will be opening up! Working in the Basement Gallery will give you the opportunity to work with student artists, facilitate art shows, and become more active in the art community around Davis. This opportunity will allow you to gain more experience in the exhibition/gallery world. If you are interested, please apply by June 8th. The link to the application form is attached below. There are position descriptions on the application form.
Sarah Cain moves beyond the traditional notion of painting within the frame by exploring abstraction and spatial interventions in a wide range of media and found materials. Leading a way into new territories of abstraction, Cain moves fluidly between works on site and her object-based studio practice. Cain was born in Albany, New York, in 1979. She currently lives and works in Los Angeles, California.
The 2019 “Arts and Humanities Graduate Exhibition at UC Davis” highlight the work and research of graduate students across 7 disciplines — art studio, design, art history, music, theatre, cultural studies and creative writing – at the Manetti Shrem Museum.
Here is a preview of some of the work in the exhibition.
First year MFA candidate Julia Rigby is choreographing as well as performing in a piece in “Outside the Lines, Spring Quarter,” a performance sponsored by Theatre and Dance. “Outside the Lines” features new choreography created by several graduate and undergraduate students.
The Art Building is located on Hutchison Drive, about halfway between the Memorial Union and Mrak Hall on the UC Davis campus. There is limited parking behind the building, but there is visitor parking nearby, across the Arboretum in lot VP5.