Professor Jean Dibble has work included in two exhibitions: MAPC Member Exhibition 2016 at the Carnegie Center for Art and History, New Albany, IN, and the Alice C Sabatini Gallery in Topeka, KS. In addition, Dibble is collaborating with poet John Matthias and critic Doug Archambeau on a book of Matthias' poetry. The book will be published and available in the spring of 2017.…
Professor Martina Lopez’s artwork is being included on a website for a non-profit arts education organization, Visual Thinking Strategies, that teaches critical thinking skills through discussions of visual art for teachers and museum educators when working with Pre-Kindergarten - 8th grade curriculum. Lopez also served on the Art/Architecture/FTT 2017- 2018 Fellowships Review Committee for Notre Dame’s Institute for Advance Study.…
Assistant Professor of Painting Jason Lahr received a Large Research and Creative Works Grant from ISLA to fund his upcoming solo exhibition Electric Funeral at The Painting Center in New York City, NY in March-April of 2017. Lahr’s painting False Start (2015) has been accepted into the permanent collection of the Zuckerman Museum of Art in suburban Atlanta, GA.…
Assistant Professor of Art History, Nicole Woods, presented a chapter of her current book project at The Newberry Library, Chicago. Woods also received a Large Research and Creative Works Grant from ISLA to support late-stage archival research related to her book, plus two articles she is completing.…
Assistant Professor of Visual Communication Design, Andre Murnieks, is participating as a judge and mentor for the 2016-17 Notre Dame App Challenge at the invitation of John Affleck-Graves, Executive Vice President of the University. The App Challenge promotes the University’s mission to “heal, unify, and enlighten,” and spans two semesters concluding in late March of 2017. Design graduate students M. Moore (Visual Communication Design) and R. Forsyth (Industrial Design) progressed to the final round.…
Jajaja space in South Bend founded by Sculpture MFA Timothy Neill and Photography Research Associate Zachary Norman.
Assistant Professor of Painting Jason Lahr’s work is included in the traveling exhibition Fiction (With Only Daylight Between Us) v. 2.
Professor Nicole Woods will be presenting a lecture on her paper, "Art in the Age of Atomic Anxiety: Alison Knowles’s The Big Book (1966-69)" Friday, December 2nd at the Newberry Library.
Art history professor, Nicole Woods, will give a talk at City University of New York Friday, September 9th.
Ceramics research associate, Zachary Tate, will be showing work in the "Strictly Functional Pottery National 2016".
Assistant Professor of Painting Jason Lahr’s video Side Scroller has been included in the exhibition Digital Culture at the Czong Institute of Contemporary Art in Gimpo, South Korea.
Ceramic research associate, Zach Tate, will have work alongside Tom Bartel in the exhibition "Death and Taxes". This show will be opening at the South Bend Museum of Art Saturday, July 15 and will run until September 18, 2016.
Assistant Professor of painting, Jason Lahr, will have 4 recent paintings in the Aron Packer Projects group show Resurrection opening in Chicago at Co Prosperity Sphere on Friday, May 20.
Graduates from the class of 2006 returned to Riley Hall for this spring’s 18th annual Alumni Design Conference to share their experiences since graduating ten years ago from the Notre Dame Design Program.
Upon returning to southern Indiana to attend Hanover College's 79th-annual Honors Convocation and attend the senior art majors’ thesis show gallery talks, University of Notre Dame Sculpture MFA and Visiting Professor Leticia Bajuyo discovered she was one of two professors selected as recipients of the 2016 Daryl R. Karns Award for Scholarly and Creative Activity.
Just what would a modern Auburn, Cord, or Duesenberg look like?
Allison Evans was named the Philip C. Curtis Artist-in-Residence at Albion College for the spring of 2017.
Professor Dennis Doordan was awarded a Professorial Fellowship from the University of Brighton for the Academic Year 2015-2016.
The Department of Art, Art History & Design would like to congratulate all our award winners at this year's MFA BFA BA Thesis Exhibition.
University of Notre Dame Sculpture MFA and current Visiting Faculty Leticia Bajuyo is presently jurying for Another's Treasure Prospectus, put on by the Arts Council of Southwestern Indiana.
Art History major Grace Reyes will be a curatorial intern at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago this summer.
When University of Notre Dame graduate student Chris Dant takes a picture, he expects to come away with more than just a photograph. The third-year MFA student wants you to relate to and learn more about whatever you’re looking at. Be it an old Naval armory, or a group of skateboarders in South Bend. Dant’s ability to find those connections earned him a recent commission from the South Bend Museum of Art to document Works Progress Administration (WPA) projects across the state. His project, titled “WPA in Indiana,” was featured at the museum throughout December and January and commemorates Indiana’s bicentennial in 2016.
Kevin Phaup, who is pursuing a master’s degree in industrial design, went to Nepal last summer to conduct research for his thesis project—designing stronger, safer, cost-effective temporary shelters for refugees and victims of natural disasters. While there, he worked with Hope for Nepal, an organization co-founded by Assistant Professor Ann-Marie Conrado, to construct temporary shelters, permanent homes, and schools after an April 2015 earthquake that killed more than 8,000 people and displaced more than 3 million.