Opportunities & Careers
Our alumni are successful artists, designers, educators, and curators. We work to give students many opportunities to build a strong foundation and broad network for a thriving career post graduation.
Harrison Creech is an artist and designer who was raised in Seoul, South Korea where he works as an educator, teaching design and fine art at Yongsan International School of Seoul.
His work investigates cross-cultural sites of exchange and how identity is formed in a foreign culture. Through a variety of media including fibers, video projection, and bookmaking, he explores how language, time, and objects can be used to examine communication and miscommunication.
Bre Gipson is a multidiscplinary artist who uses common and discarded materials as a means to physically reform the landscape. She received her BA from University of California Berkeley in 2012 and her MFA from Pacific Northwest College of Art in 2016. She has exhibited in art spaces including Pataphysical Society in Portland, the California African American Museum in Los Angeles, White Walls Gallery in San Francisco, and the University of Alberta in Canada.
Access to a range of artists and thinkers
During our twice-yearly intensives, we welcome visiting artists and curators to campus. Recently guest artists Alexandria Eregbu and manuel arturo abreu presented performative lectures in our Mediatheque theater. Alexandria Eregbu is a conceptual artist and curator who recently received the 3A Arts Award and was a Curatorial Fellow with the ICI Curatorial Intensive, while the prolific manuel arturo abreu, poet and artist, recently co-produced homeschool Field Day at MoMA PS1.
Visitors include Claire Fontaine and Sondra Perry. Students share time, meals, critiques, and studio visits with these visitors for informal conversation and interactions.
In January, students collaborated with Dorothée Dupuis (Founder/editor in chief of Terremoto Magazine) on Fixed Idée, a publication produced in the framework of a workshop. Fixed Idée was printed in an edition of 100 copies.See all publications