at Carnegie Mellon University
Purnell Center for the Arts
5000 Forbes Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
HOURS: Tues.-Sun., 12-6pm
parking in E. Campus Garage
on weekends + after 5pm Mon.-Fri.
Map + directions >>>
POSITION AVAILABLE. For CMU MAM or work study students:
The Miller Gallery is looking for an Exhibition Curatorial Assistant
for an upcoming show on a Steelers-related exhibition. Apply via
Trak, and search for “Miller Gallery."
WHATEVER IT TAKES: Steelers
Fan Collections, Rituals, and Obsessions.
Do you (or someone you know) have any Steelers-related art
or homemade creations like: tattoos, customized cars, lawn
ornaments, crafts, handmade signs, elaborate tailgaiting rituals,
costumes, etc? Tell
From the Contestational
Cartographies Symposium we held in January:
- "Information Mapping"
Dorkbot with Susanne
Slavick + Chris
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THE MILLER GALLERY AT
CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY supports the creation,
understanding and growth of contemporary art through exhibitions,
projects, lectures, events and publications. The gallery aspires
to engage diverse audiences and to create and strengthen communities
through art and ideas. The Miller Gallery was founded in 2000 by
Gouger Miller, artist, educator, businesswoman, arts patron
and alumna of Carnegie Mellon's School of Art. A unit of the College
of Fine Arts, the three-story, 9,000 square foot space is free and
open to the public and located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
2 EXHIBITIONS, 2 CITIES
April 30th, the Miller
Gallery at Carnegie Mellon University opens two exhibitions in
two cities, including our first-ever show in Texas!
Miller Gallery crosses the nation!
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Gallery at Carnegie Mellon University
Senior Art Exhibition
Featuring work by Bachelor
of Fine Arts + Interdisciplinary Arts students, organized by the
April 30 - May 15, 2010
Reception: April 30, Fri. 6-8pm
Conversation with Artists and Faculty: May
4, Tues. 5-8pm
school is and should be challenging, both conceptually and technically.
These students have risen to the challenge by using a wide range
of media to examine their own sense of identity: in terms of morality,
sexuality, ethnicity, social background, and economic or political
position. They have explored a wide range of themes during their
time here, revealing courage and a sense of discovery in much of
their work.” - John Carson, Regina and Marlin Miller Professor and
Head of the School of Art, Carnegie Mellon
More information >>>
KEEP IT SLICK:
with The Yes Men
Curated by Astria Suparak, organized by Feldman Gallery
at Pacific Northwest College of Art + Miller Gallery at Carnegie
April 30 - June 5, 2010
with The Yes Men + Curator: April 30, Fri. 6-8pm
How to be a Yes Man Workshop:
May 1, Sat. 11am-1pm. Free and open to the public.
the most important political artists of the last dozen years, The
Yes Men are a group of culture-jamming activists who practice what
they call “Identity Correction.” By posing as spokespersons for
powerful entities, The Yes Men create spoof websites and newspapers,
stage productive interventions, and perform in conferences and TV
shows to highlight how corporations and governments often act in
A SurvivaBall lurches
towards the McGhetto at LJMU, Liverpool, UK
Yes Men Explain How To Pull Off An International Prank," The
Huffington Post, 21 Dec. 2009