Explore “This Exquisite Forest” with Chrome and London’s Tate Modern

This morning, in partnership with the Tate Modern in London, Google released an online art experiment called This Exquisite Forest, which lets you collaborate with others to create animations and stories using a web-based drawing tool.

It is so disappointing that it requires Chrome.


Undergraduate Annual exhibition – Open Call for Art Work 2012

Here is a message from Amee:

Undergraduate Annual exhibition – Open Call for Art Work 2012

You are invited to submit one work on the theme of “Systems”.
(You can find great examples for inspiration in the Zimmerli’s group show “Art=Text=Art” and the work of Ruth Vollmer, who used mathematics and the Fibonnacci series/sequence to produce her abstract sculpture.)

Both BA and BFA students are encouraged to submit one piece each; all are accepted.

The exhibition will be on view from Monday, October 29th  – Tuesday, November 13th, 2012.

The opening reception is Wednesday, October 31st, from 5-7pm.

The show will be curated and installed by the BFA Thesis class (Section 1) and participating students should bring their artwork to the Visual Arts office from Monday, October 15th – Thursday, October 18th between the hours of 10am-5pm.

1)      Fill out the two attached labels completely.
2)      Turn in one copy to a Supervising Graduate Student in the Visual Arts Dept. Office (CSB124) and attach the other to the artwork being submitted.
3)      After label has been submitted to the office, take art work up to the third-floor crit room where it will be stored until the exhibition is installed.

Let’s make a great show!

Amee Pollack
Undergraduate Program Coordinator, Visual Arts
Mason Gross School of the Arts