Congratulations Megan Wood
January 29, 2019
Congratulations to Megan Wood. As part of the Art + Science Initiative, the Illustration student has been awarded a $2500 research grant to work closely with an expert group of scientists to illustrate a proposed book, Warming the West, on the impact of climate change in the Western United States and Canada.
"Megan Wood is a painter and illustrator making work about distorted realities, the figure, magic, beauty, and surreal narratives. Using acrylic, oil and digital mediums, Wood uses expressive brushwork and flowing lines to render her pieces. She is passionate about diverse representation and mental health, as well as body positivity. Wood is based in Portland, OR where she attends the Pacific Northwest College of Art."
NY Times reports that Blas' new graphic novel with Claudia Guirre will be among first published on new imprint highlighting works by LGBTQIA artists and writers.
Mark your calendar for the 2019 Hallie Ford School of Graduate Studies Symposium: Art + Environmental Justice November 22 and 23, 2019.
Big congratulations to alum DinéYazhi´ '13 who was selected along with their project R.I.S.E.: Radical Indigenous Survivance & Empowerment, which is dedicated to education, perseverance, and evolution of Indigenous art and culture.
Kathryn Moseley and Otto Yunker have both been selected for the Gateway Film Festival
Video + Sound Department Head Stephen Slappe unearths and digitizes a vintage promotional video from the Museum Art School on his Dead Media Hour YouTube channel.