Art And Design

May 15, 2017 Jen Retter

Arcadia Signs Agreements with PAFA, Lansdale Catholic

From left to right: Clint Jukkala, dean of PAFA's School of Fine Arts, David Brigham, president and CEO of PAFA, Dr. John Hoffman, provost and vice president of Academic Affairs, and Dr. Sandra Crenshaw, interim dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. On May 2, Arcadia signed a Memorandum...

Maryann Worrell, Maelstrom, 2017, wood, 40 x 40 inches

Apr 7, 2017 Caitlin Burns

Professors Carole Loeffler and Maryann Worrell ’05 Explore Interconnecting Elements

Art Department Chair and Professor Carole Loeffler and Adjunct Professor Maryann Worrell ’05 collaborated on a new sculptural exhibition, “Interconnecting Elements,” that was on display at the Boston Street Gallery in Philadelphia from Feb. 2 to March 18. Loeffler and Worrell have exhibited work...

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Apr 6, 2017 Susan Gettlin

Advanced Photography Students Win Awards

In his Photography III and IV courses, Prof. June Yong Lee assigns students to research organizations that host juried shows and publications, and asks students to submit photographs made during their classes. This provides students the learning opportunity to explore professional...

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Apr 3, 2017 Farrah Bradley

Profs. Carole Loeffler and Maryann Worrell ’05 Explore Interconnecting Elements

Interconnecting Elements is a two-person exhibition of sculptural work by Department Chair and Prof. Carole Loeffler and Prof. Maryann Worrell ’05. Profs. Loeffler and Worrell teach Studio Art Foundations together (among other individual responsibilities) and spend moments in...

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Apr 3, 2017 Farrah Bradley

Krista Profitt ‘11 Co-founds Spillway Collective in Philadelphia

In early 2017, alumna and Adjunct Professor Krista Profitt ‘11 saw an advertisement for a studio space in the well-known Crane Arts building in the Kensington neighborhood of Philadelphia. She thought it would be a fun challenge to create a studio collective to help create the type of...

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Apr 3, 2017 Farrah Bradley

Stephanie Premich '11: Producing Pottery in Pottsville

At Arcadia, Stephanie Premich ’11 earned a B.F.A. in Interior Design and Ceramics with a minor in Business. She also studied abroad in Spain and with the Visual Artist in Italy Global Field Study course. Aspiring to become full-time makers, after graduation Stephanie and her husband Ryan...

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Apr 3, 2017 Farrah Bradley

Students to Create Exhibition in New Course with Prof. Elizabeth Ferrell

Elizabeth Ferrell, Assistant Professor of Art History, is currently developing a new course that will give students experience curating an exhibition from start to finish. The new exhibition seminar will be offered in spring 2017 as part of the Minor in Arts Entrepreneurship and...

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Apr 3, 2017 Farrah Bradley

Prof. Matthew Borgen Explores Reality Through Fantasy in Two New Exhibitions

Exhibitions Coordinator and Prof. Matthew Borgen’s recent digital prints are being featured in two solo exhibitions during the spring 2017 semester. The first, Cities in the Sky, is currently on display at the Barbara Crawford Gallery on the campus of the Springside Chestnut Hill Academy through...

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Apr 3, 2017 Farrah Bradley

Q&A with Tamsen Wojtanowski

Tamsen Wojtanowski is an Adjunct Professor in Photography. Describe yourself and your area(s) of expertise. I am a studio artist from Upstate New York, and I have lived and worked in Philadelphia for the last ten years. I started working in B&W film photography and in the...

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Apr 3, 2017 Farrah Bradley

Deanna Dinelli ’17: Death After Life

By Scott Rawlins, professor of Scientific Illustration Most of the students studying scientific illustration plan on pursuing a career in the “life sciences”—illustrating newly-discovered life forms, creating pictures for didactic panels in nature centers, or providing drawings and graphics for...

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Apr 3, 2017 Farrah Bradley

Global Field Study: The Beauty and Boldness of Ireland

“The west of Ireland is a magical place: you come upon places so remote and mystifying, so wind-lashed and sea-tossed, so rocky or so green they overwhelm your senses. Nature fills the silence with the crash and foaming of Atlantic waves…it makes you aware of your littleness, quietening you in a...

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Apr 3, 2017 Farrah Bradley

Moore and Students Explore Bone China as a Craft Material

Merging resources and research skills across the sciences and arts, Gregg Moore, associate professor of ceramics, is working with two apprentices from the Minor in Arts Entrepreneurship and Curatorial Studies, as well as Tobias Landberg, assistant professor of Biology, and biology students...