Follow Your Art

From computer art to careers in art featuring the graffitti artist whose Beastie Boys album cover made him famous, here’s the Pace Art Spring 2012 Exhibition + Lecture Series calendar from stART to finish.

This semester, Dyson’s Art Department hosts a series of lectures, receptions, and exhibitions which are free and open to the Pace Community and the public. Contact the Fine Arts Department at (212) 346-1894 or finearts@pace.edu for more information or directions and visit their website for the latest schedule.

Now through March 2
Linda Herritt
Peter Fingesten Gallery, Level B, One Pace Plaza
Linda Herritt’s installations and drawings present warped fields of text based on divergent representations of the landscape. In this exhibition,she combines digitally generated geological surveys with references to traditional Chinese painting.

February 28-March 30
Codings
Pace Digital Gallery
Opening Reception and Artists Panel: February 28, 5:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m.
Curated by Nick Montfort (MIT), shows the computer as an aesthetic, programmed device that computes on characters. The works in the show continue to divert the traditions of concrete poetry and short-form recreational programming. They avoid elaborate multimedia combinations and the use of network resources. Instead, they operate on encoded letters, numbers, punctuation, and other symbols that are on the computer itself.

March 6
Careers in the Arts Panel: Design
6:15 p.m.-8:00 p.m., Location: TBA
Jane Diaz, jewelry designer whose interests led her from New York to Nepal, where traditional metalworking techniques inspired her original designs. Eric Haze, graffitti artist/designer, whose logos for EPMD, Tommy Boy Records, Beastie Boys album cover and others credits have made him legendary. Bob Holmes, CEO of Sudden Industries, creates Internet marketing for Nickelodeon and many other music, film, and TV companies.

March 20
Portfolio Documentation Workshop
3:30 p.m.-4:30 p.m., Room 1203
Professors Jim Moninger and Charlotte Becket cover various aspects of portfolio development and documentation. Topics include: How to document and photograph your work, organize a portfolio CD, publishing an on-line portfolio, and various application processes for graduate school and exhibition opportunities. Essential for art majors and anyone interested in pursuing a job in the arts.

March 26
Art History Open House and Career Planning Session
4:30 p.m.-6:00 p.m., Co-op and Career Services Department, 41 Park Row, 14th Floor
Maxine Sugarman, Co-op and Career Services, and Lisa Farber, Art History, will present information about career opportunities in art history and resources at Pace. Guest speakers include Julie Reiss, Christie’s Education New York, Nancy Thompson, Metropolitan Museum of Art, and Pace Art History alumni active in museum and gallery work.

March 27-April 7
Annual Student Show
Peter Fingesten Gallery, Level B, One Pace Plaza
Opening Reception: March 27, 5:00-7:00PM
Calling all Art majors and minors!
Submit your best work from either this or last semester between March 19 and 21 to the art office to be included in the Annual Student Show. All submissions will be included in the show. Cash prizes awarded at the reception.

April 10-May 8
Great Outdoors
Pace Digital Gallery
Opening Reception and Artists Panel: April 10, 5:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m.
Five artists combine performance in nature captured on video, often to hilarious effect! Featuring five international artists: Jacob Dahlgren (Sweden), The Icelandic Love Corporation (Iceland), Steven Yazzie (Arizona), Shana Moulton (New York), and Terrence Houle (Canada). Organized by Jillian McDonald.

April 17-May 2
Project Studio
Peter Fingesten Gallery, Level B, One Pace Plaza
Opening Reception: April 17, 5:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m.
New Paintings, films, photographs, sculptures, graphic design and more produced by advanced level Pace art students. Faculty Adviser: Charlotte Becket