Julia Kennedy Julia Kennedy

Class of 2010

Articles

  • Tumble rooms and rain makers

    Last week, the School of Art Lecture Series brought to campus Martin Kersels, an artist working in performance, photography, audio, and sculpture. Kersels does not claim competency in any one medium; rather, he embraces the freedom and the idea of being an artist. “The world will respond [to my work] however they want,” Kersels said. “With a slap on the back, or derision.” While many of Kersels’s ...

    Pillbox | October 8, 2007
  • Speaking volumes

    This week, the School of Art Lecture Series featured three artists pushing the barriers of the artistic world.

    Pillbox | October 1, 2007
  • Art On a Grand Scale

    On a Grand Scale, an exhibition at the Carnegie Museum of Art, commemorates the 100th anniversary of the museum’s collection of architectural and artistic replicas, established by Andrew Carnegie in 1907.

    Pillbox | September 24, 2007
  • Pittsburgh Zoo welcomes polar bears

    The Pittsburgh Zoo’s newest exhibit, Water’s Edge, features a fictional pier town complete with boats, fish markets, and houses. It’s also the new home of a pair of polar bears.

    The exhibit’s goals are to educate its visitors as well as provide the bears with a suitable habitat. Water’s Edge contains three primary exhibits, featuring pairs of polar bears, sea lions, and sea otters.

    Pillbox | September 17, 2007
  • Star performer

    Performance artist Andrea Fraser began the fall season of the School of Art Lecture Series. The lecture became an artistic venue itself, with Fraser slipping in and out of various roles. She spoke broadly about her entire body of work, including one of her most famous pieces, Museum Highlights (1989), a performance where she posed as a museum tour guide offering fake museum tours, focusing on co...

    Pillbox | September 10, 2007

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