• Wednesday, September 14, 2016
    When Kristina Straub and Wendy Arons decided to organize a showcase of feminist performance art, they invited artists who influenced them. But they knew it was just as important to build a bridge to a new generation of feminists. Straub and Arons contacted Hollly Hughes, Deb Margolin and Carmelita Tropicana—three performers with roots in New York City’s vibrant 1980s art scene—and asked...
  • Monday, August 22, 2016
    The Miller Gallery and the School of Architecture at Carnegie Mellon University and Associate Curator Spike Wolff jointly present “Architecture With And Without Le Corbusier” and “The Chapel of the Mosquitoes” in the gallery from Saturday, Aug. 20, through Sunday, Nov. 13, on CMU’s Pittsburgh campus. The exhibition opens in time to welcome new Carnegie Mellon students who are arriving...
  • Thursday, July 7, 2016
    Larry Jennings, a founder of ValStone Partners, attended the Tony Awards and related festivities in New York City on June 12, hosting a VIP reception for Carnegie Mellon University – for which Jennings sits on the Board of Trustees.  Jennings is a founder of ValStone Partners, an equity firm based in (Baltimore/Birmingham, Mich.) and serves clients nationally. He and his partners/co-founders,...
  • Monday, May 16, 2016

    Science and fashion meet in this one-of-a-kind "brain dress," worn by Dietrich College Professor Marlene Behrmann that she co-designed with School of Drama alumna and Adjunct Professor Sophie Hood. The dress was programmed by Matt Mukerjee. Read the full Post-Gazette article here. 

  • Thursday, May 12, 2016
    PITTSBURGH—Carnegie Mellon University today announced that Charlie White, a leading artist, art educator and administrator at the University of Southern California, has been named the new head of its School of Art, effective August 1. White succeeds John Carson, who is returning to the school’s faculty. White, a professor in USC’s Roski School of Art and Design, established and was area head of a...