"Ground Cover," a project by Ann Morton (School of Art, BFA and MFA in Fibers) was featured on the PBS show Horizon
Project Date: Dec 6, 2013
Tom Morrissey's recent exhibition at the AS220 Project Space in Providence, R.I., is reviewed in the December 2013 issue of "Sculpture Magazine." Morrissey, a graduate of the ASU School of Art, has been a Fulbright Scholar, a Kellogg Fellowship recipient and a Florida Individual Artist Fellowship recipient. In 2000, he published the book "Between the Lines: Photographs from the National Vietnam Veterans Memorial," and his Cuba research was written up in the ASU Alumni Magazine. Currently he is building handmade, high-end custom guitars and other instruments under the business name "Veteran Guitar."
Project Date: Nov 25, 2013
This fall Taylor Loutsis, third-year visual communication undergraduate student in The Design School with a minor in studio art from the School of Art, will be the first design student to study abroad with the semester abroad qualifying as a semester of study at ASU. Taylor has chosen to study at Nanyang Technological University of Singapore this fall and will be taking three studios in design and one in photography. During the summer prior to his semester abroad, he will backpack 3,600 miles through five countries in southeast Asia with the assistance of a traveling grant provided by ASU. The backpacking portion will focus on photography and sound, with a final project based around the sounds of southeast Asia. To follow Taylor on his journey, visit: eyetolense.tumblr.com.
Project Date: Jun 26, 2013