An interesting look at why more and more of our graduates are staying in the city of Detroit from Vulture. Of the 9 artists in the article, Christopher Schanck (3D Design ’11), Corine Vermeulen (Photography ’04), and Addie Langford (Ceramics ’06) were profiled. […]
Cranbrook Art Academy Grads Featured in Vulture story titled, “Is Soho in the ’70s Just a Two-Hour Flight Away? 9 Artists on Why They Live in Detroit”
Samantha Fields (Painting ’98), Matthew Penkala (Painting ’02), and Student Joshua Bolin Exhibit at Western Project
Samantha Fields (Painting ’98), Matthew Penkala (Painting ’02), and Student Joshua Bolin are exhibiting in Los Angeles at the Western Project Gallery’s 11th Year Anniversary Exhibition. The show is December 6 to December 23, 2014.
The work of “modern occult artist” Andrew Schmidt (Sculpture ’14) is featured on Young Space. Read the full article here.
Britton Tolliver (Painting ’06) is part of an exibition called Blessed Oblivion at GAVLAK Palm Beach. The exhibition of Los Angeles-based artists is open from November 25, 2014 to January 5, 2015.
Best of luck to our Artists-in-Residence and alumni who will be exhibiting next week in Art Basel Miami Beach and Design Miami.
This year, you can see the work of Liz Cohen at the David Klein Gallery (Booth A5). See the online catalogue for the exhibition here.
Fresh off a successful opening of her show Bend at Cranbrook Art Museum (open now through Jan. 25, 2015), Iris Eichenberg […]
Alum Erica Mahinay (Painting ’13) opens at LOUDHAILER on November 8 in Los Angeles. Her exhibition Erica Mahinay: At the Tip of the Tonque features pieces in two and three-dimensional form through painting and sculputure. For more information click here.
Laura Heyman (Photography ’98) is a photographer, Light Work Lab member, and Associate Professor of Photography in the Department of Transmedia at Syracuse University. She’s been working in the Light Work Lab in recent months in preparation for her current exhibition, Render, at Artspace in Raleigh, North Carolina. The exhibition features a collection of images from Heyman’s ongoing project, The Photographer’s Wife. Jessica Posner, Light Work Communications Coordinator,
Corina Reynolds (Fiber ’11) exhibition at Open Source Gallery was featured in HYPERALLERGIC. In the article, Roynolds’s Northwestern Expansion describes how she transformed the entire gallery space — a small garage in south Park Slope — into a replica of a waiting room on the 31st floor of the Jacob K. Javits Federal Building in Lower Manhattan. Learn more about the exhibition here.