Summer Scholar, Marcela Green spends summer pursuing research, creative activities as recipient of the Summer Scholars & Artists Program.
"The Summer Scholars and Artists Program provides support that allows students to dive into projects begun during the academic year with an intensity and focus that yields impressive results: elegant, in-depth papers, posters and creative work that is often presented at conferences, galleries or festivals and is sometimes published in peer-reviewed journals,” says Donald Nieman, executive vice president for academic affairs and provost at Binghamton University. “It’s a truly satisfying, deeply enriching process. Read More.
Painting major William Dwiggins has won the Best of Show award at the SUNY Student Exhibition in the New York State Museum.
His work Nude Study, from Blazo Kovacevic’s Life Drawing class, won the $1,000 award, which was presented at a special ceremony in Albany on Tuesday, June 9. The juried Best of SUNY exhibit features artworks chosen by individual art departments across SUNY’s 64 campuses.
This short video produced in fall 2014 by Andrew Hatling from Binghamton University’s Communications and Marketing Department, features Dwiggins and the Life Drawing class. The video also received an award in its category at one of the SUNY-wide movie competitions.
Alexandra Davis, printmaking adjunct collaborates with Jill Parisi in a Celestial-Terrestrial Exhibition, at Martin-Mullen Art Gallery, at SUNY Oneonta.
January 23 - March 17, 2017
Hours: M-F 11-5PM
'Exposed' - Blazo Kovacevic, assistant professor of art and design at Binghamton University, explores tension between privacy and security.
Kovacevic realized that the power of the X-ray to sort people into categories — safe vs. suspicious — exposes travelers to more than the probing eyes of strangers. It can arouse feelings of guilt. Read More.
Meet Natalija Mijatovic, Art
She turns blank canvases into oil paintings, students into artists, and now, Natalija Mijatovic looks forward to turning Harpur College's Art Department into a renowned program. The new Art Department chair and associate professor says that she came to Harpur not just because she was ready for a change from Savannah College of Arts and Design, but also because of the prospect of helping transform a department. Read More.