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Cranbrook Academy Art Presents Alumni Achievement Award to Vivian Beer

February 2016

Bloomfield Hills, Mich., February 10, 2016 – Cranbrook Academy of Art has named Vivian Beer (Metalsmithing ‘04) the 2016 recipient of the Alumni Achievement Award. This is the fifth time the Academy has bestowed the award, which seeks to recognize alumni who have achieved excellence early in their career. Sonya Clark (Fiber '95) was the first recipient in 2011, Susan York (Ceramics ’95) received the award in 2012, Laura Heyman (Photography '98) received the award in 2013 and our last recipient was Fabio Fernández (Sculpture ’02) in 2014.


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Randy Bolton Featured in PULL at the Weems Gallery

February 2016

Print Media Artist-in-Residence Randy Bolton is featured in PULL at the Weems Gallery at Meredith College in Raleigh, NC. PULL is an international, invitational printmaking exhibition featuring the work of 23 artists from the US, Canada and the UK. The exhibition includes installations, large to small scale works in numerous printmaking processes and techniques including 3D printed objects. The exhibition is open through March 27.


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Detroit Named United States’ First and Only UNESCO City of Design

February 2016

In December 2015, the Director-General of UNESCO added Detroit to the UNESCO Creative Cities Network. With this distinction, Detroit joins a network of 116 member cities in 54 countries that include Berlin, Bilbao, Buenos Aires, Singapore, Beijing, and others. What is even more special is that Detroit is the United States’ first and only 

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Gyan Shroshbree Is Hosting an Open Studio at Two Coats of Paint

February 2016

Two Coats of Paint artist-in-residence Gyan Shrosbree (Painting ’98) is hosting an open studio on February 11 at 5pm. The residency program’s at Two Coats provides a short-term space  where artists based outside the NYC area can hang work and have studio visits with curators, other artists, and gallerists. Currently, Shroshbree is an assistant professor of painting and drawing at Maharishi University in Fairfield, Iowa.


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Liz Cohen, Eric Crosley & the Politics of the Self | Lecture and Reading Accompany Artist’s Latest Exhibition

February 2016

On February 28, 2016, Liz Cohen and Eric Crosley will present the combined lecture and reading, "Liz Cohen, Eric Crosley & the Politics of the Self," at 4pm at Cranbrook Art Museum. Liz Cohen is an Artist-in-Residence and Head of the Photography Department at Cranbrook Academy of Art. Her solo exhibition, Him, a project by Liz Cohen, is currently on display at Cranbrook Art Museum through March 6, 2016.


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Knoll Oral History Project Describes Life at Cranbrook

January 2016

Atlanta Magazine featured an excerpt from a Knoll oral history project undertaken by the Atlanta-based nonprofit Art Papers. In it, several Cranbrook Academy of Art alumni are featured, along with Knoll’s experience at Cranbrook. She says, “…at Cranbrook [Academy of Art]. There were many people there; it was a fantastic group. Charlie Eames was there, Eero [Saarinen] and people like Ed Bacon, who was a […]


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‘O P E N: Samuel Rowlett’ Opens January 31

January 2016

“Landscape Painting in the Expanded Field,” is an exhibition by the Landmark College assistant professor Samuel Rowlett (Painting ’08). O P E N  is an experimental series in which art is meant to be a public and pedestrian sensorial experience, featuring explorations in light, sound, movement and technology. The exhibition will be in the Julian Scott Memorial […]


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Jon P. Geiger Awarded Black Cube Artist Fellowship

January 2016

Black Cube, a nomadic contemporary art museum, announced its 2016 class of artist fellows which includes Jon P. Geiger (Ceramics ’14). Black Cube’s fellowship program is a unique fellowship program for contemporary artists which focuses on producing a site-specific exhibition, Art Objects for its museum shop, as well as broadly supporting the artist’s professional practice through individualized career support catered to each artist’s goals […]


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Joey Cocciardi Exhibits at Gildar Gallery

January 2016

Extreme painter Joey Cocciardi (Painting ’12) gets lost in the wilderness on purpose. His work embodies the most exuberant traits of extreme sports: physical grit, a compulsion to conquer the organic obstacles of nature, and some personal danger.  Cocciardi’s works are at the Gildar Gallery through Feb. 20.  


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Cranbrook Alums Meaghan Barry and Lilian Crum Are Part of The Bluestockings Crew

January 2016

The Knight Foundation featured an article about The Cranbrook Salon’s Bluestockings Crew. The Bluestockings Crew is comprised of a compelling cross section of luminary women from Detroit’s art and cultural scene: Maia Asshaq, founder of DittoDitto; Samantha ‘Banks’ Schefman, co-founder of Playground Detroit; Cranbrook Alums Meaghan Barry (2D’12) and Lilian Crum (2D’12), designers at Unsold Studio; artist Ingrid LaFleur, founder of Afrotopia; […]


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Cranbrook Mourns the Loss of George Ortman

December 2015

Bloomfield Hills, Mich., December 21, 2015 – Cranbrook Academy of Art mourns the passing of George Ortman – artist, educator and 22-year veteran of Cranbrook Academy of Art. Ortman served as Artist-in-Residence and head of the Painting Department at the Academy from 1970 through 1992. Ortman passed away at his home New York City on December 16, 2015. Known for his geometric works and use of sign and symbols, Ortman came about during the age of American abstraction, but found it confining. According to the

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Cranbrook’s Golden Age: How a Freewheeling School Changed American Design

November 2015

"More than a set of formative experiences, the Cranbrook Academy of Art was a way of thinking, providing collaborations and contests that unleashed the creativity and skill of design pioneers." Read Curbed's extensive look at Cranbrook Academy of Art's history as a "prewar petri dish for American modernism."  The article discusses Ray and Charles Eames, Florence Schust Knoll, Harry Bertoia, Ralph Rapson, Jack Lenor Larsen, Maija Grotell, Carl Milles, Marianne Strengell, Eliel and Eero Saarinen, and many more.


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Berverly Fishman to Lecture at the Denver Art Museum

November 2015

Painting Artist-in-Residence Beverly Fishman will lecture at the Denver Art Museum on Wednesday, November 18, 2015 from 6:00pm to 7:30pm.  Fishman will discuss her work which explores the relationship between the body and medicine by mixing optical patterns and vibrant colors with representational elements taken from pharmaceutical and scientific imaging systems in her largely abstract work.


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Jonathan Muecke (3D ’10) and Anne Wilson (Fiber ’72) named 2015 United States Artists Fellows

November 2015

Bloomfield Hills, Mich., Nov. 11, 2015 –  Academy alumni Jonathan Muecke (3D '10) and Anne Wilson (Fiber '72) were both named 2015 United States Artists Fellows. Representing nine creative disciplines, each USA Fellow receives an unrestricted $50,000 award and recognition as one of America’s most accomplished and innovative artists. There were 36 Fellows selected this year working in the fields of Architecture & Design, Crafts, Dance, Literature, Media, Music, Theater & Performance, Traditional Arts and Visual Arts.


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Cranbrook Receives Knight Arts Challenge Awards

November 2015

Cranbrook Art Museum and Anders Ruhwald, Cranbrook Academy of Art Artist-in-Residence, were each awarded separate grants yesterday from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, as part of its Detroit Knight Arts Challenge. Cranbrook Art Museum was awarded a $60,000 matching grant to create a Detroit tour of the public art installation In Search of the Truth (The Truth Booth). The ambitious public program will also result in a new presentation at the Museum in the fall of 2016. Anders Ruhwald, Cranbrook Academy of Art Artist-in-Residence and Head of the Ceramics Department, was awarded a $25,000 matching grant for his project Unit 1: 3583 Dubois. Read More…


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Julia Heineccius Featured in “Art Jewelry Forum”

October 2015

Julia Heineccius’s (Metalsmithing ’12) recent exhibition, Divisible, installed at SOIL Gallery in Seattle, Washington late last year focused on the perception and surface.  The exhibition Divisible, replaces the conversations of adornment, the decorative, and “objecthood” with investigations into perception, subtlety, and the body.


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Kat Clear Crafts a New Jewelry Line for Perrywinkle’s

October 2015

Cat Clear (Metalsmith ’15)  Perrywinkle’s Daydream Series, a collaboration that has been years in the making. The Kat Clear Collection features a total of nine new pieces — bracelets, rings, earrings and necklaces — rendered in rhodium-plated silver, with accents of gold, pink tourmaline, and pink or black enamel.


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Detroit Design Festival Video Clip Features Cranbrook Alums

October 2015

Cranbrook Academy of Art grads Bethany Shorb (Sculpture ’01), Wes Taylor (2D ’11), Jack Craig (3D ’12), Scott Klinker (Design ’96 and current 3D Design Artist-in-Residence), Mark Dineen (3D ‘13) and Charlie O’Geen (Architecture ‘10) as well as work by Katie Craig (Sculpture '15) and Nick Cave (Fiber '89) were featured in the Detroit Design Festival video clip showcasing Design in Detroit. The festival was held in September 2015,


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Chanel Von Habsburg-Lothringen Exhibits at Boyfriends Chicago

October 2015

“Seduced and Abandoned” is the first solo show of artist Chanel Von Habsburg-Lothringen (Photography ’14) at Boyfriends Chicago. Von Habsburg-Lothringen has created a series of images using layered photographs: “stock images,” she calls them, shot in her studio against a brightly lit, almost clinical backdrop. The exhibition closes on October 18.


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Charles and Ray Eames Exhibition in London

October 2015

Featured in The Guardian, The husband-and-wife design duo may be famous for their moulded plywood furniture and plastic chairs but, as a new exhibition reveals, film was fundamental to their shared vision of the universe. The World of Charles and Ray Eames is at the Barbican, London EC2, from 21 October.


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Chanel Von Habsburg Lothringen at Boyfriends

October 2015

According to Art F City, “It didn’t take much to get a bunch of strangers at a press meet up to come to Chanel Von Habsburg Lothringen’s opening last weekend. One look at her invite for Seduced and Abandoned at Boyfriends (in Chicago), which leads with a photograph of a couple wearing lingerie and a creepy, featureless mask, and pretty much everyone wanted to get the story. […]


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Randy Bolton to Retire from Cranbrook Academy of Art

October 2015

Cranbrook Academy of Art announced today that Randy Bolton, Artist-in-Residence and Head of the Print Media Department, will retire at the end of the 2015- 2016 academic year. Read more… After spending nearly 30 years as an educator, Bolton will return to a full-time studio practice near his home in Texas.


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Fishman Joins the Exhibition “Compendium” at Islip Art Museum

September 2015

Artist-in-Residence Beverly Fishman will be one of the featured artists in Compendium at the Islip Art Museum on October 4 through December 27. Compendium details the interchangeable qualities of art and science. This exhibition considers artists that are planted in both disciplines.


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Cranbrook Academy of Art Graduate and Kresge Eminent Artist Ruth Adler Schnee Opens First Exhibition in Detroit

September 2015

Ruth Adler Schnee, 92-year-old Kresge Eminent Artist and Cranbrook Academy of Art graduate opens a major exhibition at downtown Carr Center in Detroit. The exhibition, “Ruth Adler Schnee: A Passion for Color,” covers her remarkable 75-year career. The exhibition, Schnee’s first in Detroit, was organized in conjunction with her Kresge prize and runs through Oct. 24.


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Abigail Murray’s Afterhouse Turns Blighted Buildings into Urban Agriculture

August 2015

Cranbrook Alum Abigail Murray (Ceramics ’05) and Steven Mankouche are deconstructing the house and reuse the foundation to build a semi subterranean passive geothermal greenhouse called AFTERHOUSE that will serve as a model prototype for other abandoned houses throughout Detroit and beyond. Over the next two months Cranbrook Academy of Art students we will be helping the project by glazing and firing bricks that will absorb and retain the […]


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Gerhardt Knodel: Let the Games Begin! Opens September 12 at American University Museum

August 2015

Director Emeritus of Cranbrook Academy of Art Gerhardt Knodel will exhibit his latest work at American University Museum on September 12. In Gerhardt Knodel: Let the Games Begin, gaming-based strategies provide both a visual and conceptual point of entry. Like game playing, involvement often yields unexpected consequences. Approached as pure entertainment, games can evolve into unexpected experiences with both a lighter and a darker side, subtle shifts in expectation relative to outcome. Likewise with art. The exhibition is open through October 18.


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Willie Wayne Smith Exhibit at SADIE HALIE PROJECTS

July 2015

SADIE HALIE PROJECTS exhibits Consider My Tongue Swallowed from Brooklyn-based and Cranbrook Alum artist Willie Wayne Smith (Painting ’10). A grouping of paintings and objects, the show utilizes the Sadie Halie space in a unique way by integrating with the established architecture to produce a landscape that reveals slowly over time.


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Beverly Fishman Exhibition Opens at Chrysler Museum of Art

July 2015

Beverly Fishman, Painting Artist-in-Residence, will open the exhibition Beverly Fishman: In Sickness and In Health at the Chrysler Museum of Art in Norfolk, Virginia this month. It will continue Fishman’s exploration into our relationship with medicine, branding, and identity.  The exhibition will run from July 16, 2015 through January 3, 2016. For more information, click here.


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Academy Graduates Tiff Massey, Chris Schanck, and Annica Cuppetelli Awarded Kresge Arts in Detroit Fellowships

June 2015

Academy Grads Tiff Massey (Metalsmithing ’11), Chris Schanck (3D Design ’11), and Annica Cuppetelli (Fiber ’08) were awarded $25,000 Kresge Arts in Detroit Fellowships. This year’s class of 18 fellowship winners was selected from more than 650 applications by independent panels of experts comprised of national and local artists. This year’s focus on literary and visual artists comes after last year’s class of fellows working in […]


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Alumni Respond to “Can Art Still Be Critical?”

June 2015

Mengli Qi, “Dear Leslie” (2015). Acrylic on paper plus (one) acrylic on canvas (wall). Book Kiosk with the books Dear Leslie, 2015; Sister Known, 2015; and Pussy Water, 2015. Guest editor Matthew Biro poses the question “Can Art Still Be Critical?” to alumni Sheida Soleimani (Photography ’15) and Mengli Qi (Painting ’15). Read the full story in The Brooklyn Rail here.


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Beverly Fishman in The Brooklyn Rail

June 2015

Beverly Fishman, “Untitled (Opioid Addiction)” (2015). Urethane paint on wood, 60 × 60 × 2 1/4″. The Brooklyn Rail takes a look at Painting Artist-in-Residence Beverly Fishman’s latest series of pill paintings. Read the full review here.  


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Samantha Fields Exhibits at Traywick Contemporary

June 2015

Samantha Fields: Eat the Horizon, 2015; Acrylic on canvas; 36 x 36″ Traywick Contemporary is pleased to announce Inherent Nature, a group exhibition featuring five West Coast artists including Painting alum Samantha Fields (Painting ’98) who respond to and engage with the physical world through distinct practices. Each artist constructs meaning in their work directly from the societal, cultural and environmental issues that shape our time, and their work comments on the push […]


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Erica Mahinay and Kathryn O’Halloran at Harmony Murphy Gallery

June 2015

Harmony Murphy Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of new work by Erica Mahinay (Painting '13) and Kathryn O’Halloran (Ceramics "13). For both artists, Saline Communion reflects their relationship as friends, collaborators, and confidants. The exhibition is open through June 27.


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Willie Wayne Smith and Martha Mysko at STOREFRONT TEN EYCK

June 2015

Willie Wayne Smith (Painting '10) and Martha Mysko (Painting '11) are featured in Re/Post, a group exhibition at STOREFRONT TEN EYCK. The exhibition is a response to the notion that there is an 'always there' there to the practice of painting and runs until June 28.


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Aaron Patrick Decker (Metalsmithing ’15) Receives the 2015 Mercedes-Benz Financial Services Emerging Artist Award

May 2015

Cranbrook Academy of Art is pleased to announce that Aaron Patrick Decker has been awarded the "2015 Mercedes-Benz Financial Services Emerging Artist Award." This is the tenth year Mercedes-Benz Financial Services has given an Academy graduate the award. Decker was selected from among 10 finalists, one from each department at Cranbrook Academy of Art. He is a recent graduate of the Metalsmithing department.


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Ruth Adler Schnee Receives Distinguished Alumni Award

May 2015

Cranbrook Academy of Art is pleased to announce that the recipient of this year’s Distinguished Alumni Award is Ruth Adler Schnee. She was presented with the award at the Academy’s May 8 commencement ceremony. The Distinguished Alumni Award is one of the highest honors bestowed by the Academy and recognizes graduates who have demonstrated creativity, innovation, leadership, and vision through their contributions to the practices of architecture, art, and design, as well as to Cranbrook Academy of Art.


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Cranbrook Academy of Art Students Receive More Than $200,000 in Awards

May 2015

On the eve of its 2015 commencement ceremonies, Cranbrook Academy of Art celebrated another year of outstanding work by its graduate students at its annual Academy Awards Night on May 7. Before a gathering of more than 200 students, families, friends and donors in deSalle auditorium at Cranbrook Art Museum, the Academy distributed more than $200,000 in fellowships, grants, awards, and scholarships, including nine distinguished awards for artistic excellence. The awards are designed to support study at the Academy and to aid 2015 graduates in the transition from student to practicing artist.


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Cranbrook Academy of Art Presents Maxine Frankel with Honorary Master’s Degree

May 2015

Bloomfield Hills, Mich., May 5, 2015 – The Cranbrook Academy of Art Board of Governors is pleased to announce that it will confer an honorary master's degree upon Maxine Frankel during its May 8 commencement ceremony. Frankel has been a longtime supporter of Cranbrook Academy of Art. She joined the Academy Board of Governors in 1996, and has served as Chair of the Board since 2002. She recently announced that she will step down as Chair at end of the current academic year. This is the first time in the Academy's history that it has conferred an honorary degree.


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Cranbrook Alum Josh Friedman (Ceramics ’02) Opened at Culture Lab

April 2015

  The Jack H. Skirball Campus of Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion (HUC-JIR) in Los Angeles newest interactive installation, “Culture Lab // Margin” included Cranbrook Alum Josh Friedman (Ceramics ’02). Culture Lab, which opened on April 30, is an interdisciplinary arts program designed to foster new work and provoke a community-wide conversation about arts and culture that is grounded in Jewish tradition.


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Cranbrook Art Museum and Nick Cave (Fiber ’89) Announce “Nick Cave: Here Hear”

April 2015

This spring, summer, and fall, Cranbrook Art Museum and Detroit will serve as the backdrop for Nick Cave’s most ambitious project to date – Nick Cave: Here Hear. At the invitation of Cranbrook Art Museum, Cave will stage seven months of events throughout the city of Detroit anchored by his first solo exhibition in Michigan at Cranbrook Art Museum, opening this summer. Nick Cave is an artist and dancer, famous for his sculptures, called Soundsuits, which he often stages in public spectacle.


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Cranbrook Opens Its Doors to Showcase Graduate Work and Work Spaces

April 2015

The 2015 Graduate Degree Exhibition of Cranbrook Academy of Art opens to the public with a special ArtMembers' Opening Reception on April 18, and will showcase work from the next generation of architects, artists and designers who are shaping the future of art and design. The exhibition features pieces that are the culmination of two years of studio work from a diverse group of 69 graduates. The exhibition opens to the public on April 19 and will run through May 10, 2015.


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Torey Akers (Painting ’16) Selected to CUE Foundation’s Young Art Critic Mentoring Program

March 2015

Current Student Torey Akers (Painting ’16) was selected by the CUE Foundation to participate in its Young Art Critic Mentoring Program. This new collaborative program provides four writers annually with the opportunity to develop new writing for publication in print and online. Selected writers will work with an established art critic appointed by the International Association of Art Critics USA Mentoring Committee.


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Beverly Fishman’s “Living Networks: Works on Paper” Opens at Wasserman Projects on March 21

March 2015

  Beverly Fishman opens her new exhibition, Living Networks: Works on Paper at Wasserman Projects on Saturday, March 21 from  5:30-7:30pm. Fishman has been an Artist-in-Residence in Painting at Cranbrook Academy of Art since 1992.Fishman’s exhibition of multi-layered, material collages explore the relationship between the organic and the technological. Consisting of multiple laser-cut and painted layers, they juxtapose a spare formal vocabulary, consisting of colorful lines and stains, with patterns derived from appropriated images of cells and viruses. These […]


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Abigail Newbold, Dana Filibert, Samuel Rowlett Awarded Massachusetts Cultural Council Fellowships

February 2015

Abigail Newbold (Fiber ’05), Dana Filibert (Metalsmithing ’04), and Samuel Rowlett (Painting ’08) have been awarded 2015 Artist Fellowships in Sculpture/Installation/New Genres from the Massachusetts Cultural Council. Fabio J. Fernández (Sculpture ’02) served as a Crafts Panelist. The Artist Fellowships provide direct, unrestricted support to Massachusetts artists in recognition of exceptional original work, to foster the creation of new art in the Commonwealth. Fifteen artists will receive fellowships of $10,000, and 17 artists will receive $1,000 finalist awards. For more information, click

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Cranbrook Academy of Art Named a Top Producer of Fulbright Students

February 2015

The Chronicle of Higher Education has once again ranked Cranbrook Academy of Art as a top producer of U.S. Fulbright students. With three grants received last year, Academy students have now received a total 25 grants over the past 11 years. Since its inception in 1946, the Fulbright Program has provided more than 360,000 participants—chosen for their academic merit and leadership potential — with the opportunity to exchange ideas and contribute to finding solutions to shared international concerns. Over 1,800 U.S. students, artists and young professionals in more than 100 different fields of study […]


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Keegan Kuvach Joins Show at Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art

February 2015

Keegan Kuvach (Sculpture '14) joins a distinguished list of contemporary artists contributing work to the exhibition Love: The First of the 7 Virtues, opening at Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art. The exhibition will run from February 14 through December 6, 2015. It will include two pieces by Kuvach. For more details, and to view the exhibition catalog, click here


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James Surls Sculpture Installed at Lone Star College-Kingwood

February 2015

Academy graduate James Surls (Sculpture ’69) recently had new work installed at the Lone Star College-Kingwood campus. “Her Universe Apart” is a chiseled black granite table with a drawing of the universe etched onto its surface. Surls’s sculptures have been displayed on Kirby Drive in Houston, in the Guggenheim, the Smithsonian, and along the islands in the middle of Manhattan’s Park Avenue.


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Britton Tolliver Opens Exhibition in New York

February 2015

Painting graduate Britton Tolliver (Painting '06) will open the solo exhibition Weird Attic at the Joshua Liner Gallery in New York City. The exhibition will run from February 19 to March 21, 2015. Click here for more information.


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Current Sculpture Student Opens Exhibition at Hermitage Museum

February 2015

Current Sculpture student Diana Laurel Caramat is part of a group exhibition that recently opened at the Hermitage Museum and Gardens in Norfolk, Virginia. The collaborative exhibition, “Threads,” looks at the history of child labor in the region, as told through the photographs of Lewis Hine. Read more about the project here.


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