Samantha Ward

Class of 2015

Articles

  • Artist presents kitschy work

    Video performance artist and Carnegie Mellon alumna Shana Moulton (CFA ’04) creates kitschy and endearing work with a poppy aesthetic that contradicts its exploration of the hopelessness of the individual. As the first speaker of the 2013 School of Art Spring Lecture Series, Moulton spoke of her experiences both at Carnegie Mellon and after graduation, as well as her current work at the Andy Warho...

    Pillbox | February 11, 2013
  • Gallery Crawl offers free cultural experience

    Swarms of yinzers, hipsters, families, and students converged on Pittsburgh’s Cultural District on Friday to experience this season’s Gallery Crawl, an event that showcases Downtown. Visitors are allowed free admission to over 30 art and entertainment venues around Liberty and Penn Avenues.

    Pillbox | October 1, 2012
  • Artists of the Year showcase new creations

    The Pittsburgh Center for the Arts is teeming with bright creations and new ideas. Charlee Brodsky and Vanessa German — who earlier this month were named 2012 Artist of the Year and Emerging Artist of the Year, respectively — are currently displaying the unique and intricate creations that earned them their titles.

    Pillbox | August 27, 2012
  • The truth and lies in film

    This Friday marked the opening of Duncan Campbell’s exhibit as the 68th installment of the Carnegie Museum’s Forum series. The Irish artist creates video “portraits” of somewhat obscure figures in history using archival material and original footage. The exhibition, titled Duncan Campbell, displays three of his recent pieces — Bernadette, Make it New John, and Arbeit — which play sequentia...

    Pillbox | April 30, 2012
  • Frame shows BXA student work

    The Frame was once again transformed into a new space last Friday night — this time decked out in rainbow streamers, Skittles, and new student work. The BXA Kaleidoscope Show, an annual showcase of the work done by students in the BXA interdisciplinary program, featured a diverse range of work that exemplified the spirit of the program. According to the BXA program’s website, the mission of the pr...

    Pillbox | April 2, 2012

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