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JOIN US JAN. 22, 2016 for the start of our new season!
In Spring 2016, we kick off the New Year with 17 prominent national and international alumni from the CMU School of Art. Works across media will present a dialogue between the expansive and reductive—including an absurdist video narrative, a kaleidoscopic animation of world currencies, a gilded surrealist frame, nostalgic machines and kinetic installations, glass blown into a hollow tree trunk, a performance involving skin cream … and much much more (or less)! Then join us later in the season as we celebrate the achievements of a brand new batch of young artists and cultural producers featured in exhibitions + events from the CMU Schools of Art, Architecture, and Music.

For details about events, artists, exhibitions + more go to: www.cmu.edu/millergallery
Carrie Schneider, Burning House, 2013, 14:00
Jan. 23 – Feb. 28, 2016
Curated by Joshua Reiman and Susanne Slavick

Jan. 22, Fri. 6-8pm: Reception + Performance by Institute for New Feeling
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Participating artists, all alumni of the Carnegie Mellon School of Art, are: Ben Bigelow, Felipe Castelblanco, Peter Coffin, Ron Desmett, Maggie Haas, Institute for New Feeling (Scott Andrew, Agnes Bolt and Nina Sarnelle), Laleh Mehran, Shana Moulton, Zak Prekop, Paul Rouphail, Diane Samuels, Carrie Schneider, Jina Valentine, Rebecca Vaughan, and Gregory Witt.

This exhibition features artists whose work eludes maximalist or minimalist classification. They probe or collapse extremes, whether ideological or aesthetic. Multiple dualities run parallel or intersect in their practices. Co-curators Josh Reiman and Susanne Slavick selected works that explore the reversed equations "More is less.” and “Less is more.”

Related Course: Joy Before Death: Minimalism to Maximalism, CMU School of Art, Prof. Melissa Ragona.

Joseph Haydn playing with a Quartet. Vienna, City Museum
Tucker Marder, detail of shark bite on work in progress
String Quartets at the Miller
February – April 2016
Co-organized by CMU School of Music

Feb. 18, Thurs. 7:30pm: Bononcini, Haydn, Mozart

March 20, Sun. 2:30pm: Schubert, Beethoven, Brahms

April 10, Sun. 2:30pm: Britten, Bartok, Herrmann, Berg

Immerse yourself in a special series of quartet performances. Each program features a different era of musical composition from Classic to Romantic to Modern.

Related Course: The String Quartet: A Social History, CMU School of Music, Prof. Franco Sciannameo

CMU School of Art
2016 MFA Thesis Exhibition

March 19 – April 10, 2016
Co-presented by CMU School of Art

Artists: Dan Allende, Zhiwan Cheung, Nima Dehghani, Ada-Scarlett Hopper, Jesse Kauppila, Tucker Marder, and Daniel Pillis

March 18, Fri. 6-8pm: Reception
March 24 + 31, 6-9:30pm: Public Critiques

Join emerging artists from CMU School of Art’s MFA program as they embrace risk and unpredictability in their culminating exhibition. Exploring new territory, they transform everyday materials into extraordinary constructions, outrageous performances, political statements, and challenging imagery.

Victoria Keddie performance, Aftersound: Frequency, Attack, Return
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