Brief-description: Artmaking of SUNY Buffalo State Art & Design Department Faculty. through 9/23.
Event url: www.burchfieldpenney.org .
About: Today’s new artists, designers, and art historians require a broader spectrum of learning that goes beyond the traditional instruction and practice-based programs of the past. To better enable students to reach their creative potential in an increasingly competitive world, SUNY Buffalo State recently combined four of its five visual arts departments into one, creating the Department of Art and Design. The Burchfield Penney will mark the restructuring with A New Beginning, an exhibition featuring the full-time faculty in this newly formed creative force.
Selected works will provide students, colleagues, and visitors with a glimpse into their imagination, professional perspectives, and greater insight into their contemporary approaches. The installation will be on view thru Sunday, September 23, 2018
The following faculty are participating: Michelle S. Bae-Dimitriadis, associate professor, art education; Jozef Bajus, associate professor, fibers; Eric R. Dolph, assistant professor, interior design; Frances Gage, associate professor, art history; Lin Xia Jiang, professor, painting; Sunhwa Kim, associate professor, wood/furniture; Candace Keegan Masters, associate professor, art education/painting; Joseph Miller, associate professor, drawing and painting; Tara Nahabetian, associate professor, metals/jewelry design; Philip Ogle, professor, drawing, mixed media; Brent Patterson, assistant professor, communication design; Kenneth Patrick Payne, professor, sculpture; Alice Pennisi, associate professor, art education; Richard Ross, associate professor, illustration; Stephen Saracino, professor, metals/jewelry; Jörg Schnier, chair & associate professor, interior design; Bhakti Sharma, associate professor, interior design; Yola Monakhov Stockton, assistant professor, photography; Colleen Toledano, associate professor, ceramics; Carol Townsend, associate professor, foundations; and Robert L. Wood, professor, ceramics.
The Burchfield Penney curatorial team included Scott Propeack, associate director and chief curator