August 24th through November 31, New York-based interdisciplinary artist and AET professor Yuliya Lanina unveils a poignant new body of work titled "Mother/Land" that reflects on the trauma and grief caused by the war in Ukraine.
The Female Eye Film Festival is an annual event showcasing the diverse talents and perspectives of women filmmakers worldwide. Established in 2001, it has grown to become one of the most respected and influential film festivals dedicated to promoting and supporting women in the industry.
Josie Bellini, Jeff Nicholas and Jiabao Li discuss AI's impact on art creation and how this powerful and controversial toolkit affects the role of creators, artists, command-prompt gurus, and big thinkers at Consensus 2023.
Forced to leave their Real Street location to make way for an apartment development, dadaLab co-founders Kyle Evans, Arts and Entertainment Technologies Lecturer, and Barna Kantor secured another lease less than a week before their move.
Works of prominent Black American artists like Kehinde Wiley, Deborah Roberts, Elizabeth Catlett and Michael Ray Charles will be on display throughout the exhibit alongside depictions of Black American and African figures from across disciplines who’ve inspired Lee.
The 2023 Core77 Design Awards Speculative Design category honors projects, whether physically or digitally produced, designed for the purpose of cultural commentary, intervention, or exploration, or created as speculative design for a client or educational institution.
Ecological Soup: Interspecies Encounters at the Currents gallery features work by Jiabao Li, including a video installation in the floor that creates the illusion of looking down into the ocean. In the video, a seemingly playful squid darts about, providing sounds from the sea in a city many hundreds of miles from one.
University Magazine has recognized the School of Design and Creative Technologies at UT Austin as one of the best colleges for design in 2023. The list features schools renowned for their exceptional programs, faculty, and commitment to preparing students for successful careers in design.
Tasheka Arceneaux-Sutton is an educator, image-maker, and graphic designer currently located in Austin, Texas. She spoke to Revision Path, a platform showcasing Black designers, artists, developers, and digital creatives from all over the world.