Fred Lynch (Associate Professor, Illustration) had his work recently featured in Harper’s Magazine, his tryptic work, Rooftop View of an Italian Town, was chosen for the cover of the October 2017 edition. The ink drawings are part of his ongoing series, Drawings From the Road to Rome, created in Central Italy.
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Fred Lynch (Associate Professor, Illustration) wrote about his work for the The Common, the award-winning literary magazine which examines “A Modern Sense of Place.” The publication is sponsored by Amherst College. For the feature, Lynch described his ongoing series of drawings from Central Italy that explores discovery and the experience of place through site-specific inquiry. […]
Gabrial Feld (Chief Critic, European Honors Program) was invited to install his work at the Galleria Comunale of Barga, Italy as part of the show Paesaggi Ora (Landscapes Now) which opened in July. The title of Feld’s piece is Ritratti di paesaggio (Portraits of Landscape). Currently, Feld is resident in Barga learning multi-plate color etching with the master printer […]
Paolo Cardini (Associate Professor, Industrial Design) and his collaborator Simone Muscolino had their project ‘Fake in Italy’ on display at Wanted Design NYC between the 13th and 16th May 2016. Fake in Italy is a project about cultural appropriation and objects’ identity. It takes the shape of a collection of experimental objects based on the […]
Instant Installation designed by Caterina Tiazzoldi (Critic, Interior Architecture) will be featured in GAM – Civic Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art, educational area in Turin, Italy. Instant Installation will coincide with the October 8th show openings: Vitrine curated by Anna Musini and Surprise by Maria Teresa Roberto. Instant Installation is an environment in which […]
On January 11th, a group of Wintersession students led by Kathleen Grevers (Critic, Apparel Design) and Khipra Nichols (Associate Professor, Industrial Design) made local news as they visited the BasicNet Group’s research and design centers. BasicNet’s President, Marco Boglione, reminded the students that, as taught by Albert Einstein, “imagination is more important than knowledge.” For […]