Tag: Olin Fine Arts Center

Showing 1-10 of 101.

Filter Results

Tags:

Closing Reception & Artist Talk: Carolina Alamilla

Updated: February 25, 2022 | Tagged: ,

Working through the weight of identity, Carolina Alamilla uses colors and a sense of playfulness to engage with the viewer. Alamilla steps away from the real and creates objects that lose their functionality but are a metaphor for hope, memory, and the environment. Using hand building and mold-making ceramic skills, Alamilla produces multiples that lead…

Carolina Alamilla Exhibit

Updated: February 4, 2022 | Tagged: ,

Working through the weight of identity, Carolina Alamilla uses colors and a sense of playfulness to engage with the viewer. Alamilla steps away from the real and creates objects that lose their functionality but are a metaphor for hope, memory, and the environment. Using hand building and mold-making ceramic skills, Alamilla produces multiples that lead…

Summerlee Rusilko – Senior Art Show

Updated: December 2, 2021 | Tagged: ,

All are welcome to the opening of Summerlee Rusilko’s Senior Art Show! She exhibits her work in painting and drawing in this annual senior capstone event. The Reception will be held in Room 221 in Olin from 6-7 p.m. on Thursday, December 2. The artist talk will begin promptly at 6:15 p.m. Her work will…

W&J Arts Series: Dan Kamin presents Chaplin’s THE KID at 100

Updated: December 1, 2021 | Tagged:

In 1921 Charlie Chaplin’s THE KID took the world by storm. The story of a penniless tramp who adopts an abandoned infant struck a powerful chord in the aftermath of a devastating war and equally devastating pandemic which left millions dead and thousands of children orphaned. In THE KID at 100 renowned mime artist and…

Melissa Haviland Exhibit

Updated: October 29, 2021 | Tagged: ,

Melissa Haviland uses domestic objects as a cultural lens to explore relationships: personal and economic. The home is a platform for interaction from conversation to negotiation. Examining the power of objects in our lives as totems and commodities, Haviland pushes the boundaries of printmaking, multiples, and play to reference the reiteration of objects and ideas…

W&J Arts Series: Nandanik Dance Troupe – “Card Country”

Updated: October 10, 2021 | Tagged:

In celebration of the 150th birth anniversary of Nobel Laureate Rabindranath Tagore, Nandanik Dance Troupe presents “Card Country,” one of his most entertaining dance dramas based on the play “Tasher Desh.” A prince and his friend find themselves on a strange island after they are shipwrecked. The inhabitants of this land, various playing cards, have…

W&J Arts Series: The Jazz Conspiracy

Updated: September 22, 2021 | Tagged: ,

The last time these Pittsburgh-based musicians were here, they blew the house down! We are so happy to bring back former Music Dept. Professor Kyle Simpson along with this band of skilled musicians. They specialize in Big Band music, but we told them to play whatever they like, so we are in for one delightful…

Opening Reception & Artist Talk: Micaela Vivero

Updated: September 10, 2021 | Tagged: ,

Using soft, malleable, porous materials, Micaela Vivero creates large-scale sculptures and installations that consider political and social issues connected to feminist and post-colonialist concerns. As a woman of color and first-generation immigrant to the United States of America, Vivero responds to these associations as well as the misunderstandings that unbalanced relationships between hegemonic and colonized…

Opening Reception & Artist Talk: Micaela de Vivero

Updated: September 10, 2021 | Tagged: ,

Using soft, malleable, porous materials, Micaela de Vivero creates large-scale sculptures and installations that consider political and social issues connected to feminist and post-colonialist concerns. As a woman of color and first-generation immigrant to the United States of America, de Vivero responds to these associations as well as the misunderstandings that unbalanced relationships between hegemonic…