Art Practice (Fine Arts)
Hyperallergic Interviews CCS Alumna Brenda Goodman
Hyperallergic recently sat down with CCS alumna Brenda Goodman about her artmaking practices, the evolution of her work and what influences her. She received her BFA from the College for Creative Studies along with an honorary Doctorate of Fine Arts in 2017. After moving to New York City in 1976, her work was included in the 1979 Whitney Biennial and she has had over 40 solo exhibitions.
The Detroit News Features CCS Alumna's "Electrifying" Solo Exhibition
The Detroit Scarab Club is hosting CCS alumna Lois Teicher solo exhibition, "Lois Teicher: Woman of Steel." The Detroit News refers to the show as "electrifying," and asks "Why doesn't downtown Detroit boast more large-scale Lois Teicher sculptures?"
Naples Illustrated Sits Down with CCS Alumnus Chad Jensen
Naples Illustrated recently sat down with CCS alumnus and co-founder of Method & Concept, Chad Jensen. Method & Concept is "a gallery, art consultancy, and design atelier, serving as an incubator, catalyst and purveyor of international emerging and mid-career interdisciplinary artists."
2019 Kresge Arts in Detroit Awards Announced in Literary and Visual Arts
In announcing the 2019 Kresge Artist Fellows and Gilda Award recipients working in literary and visual arts, Kresge Arts in Detroit enters its second decade of supporting Detroit artists. That milestone is being marked with the exhibition “Parallel Visions,” which opens to the public July 12, 2019 at the Wasserman Projects gallery in Detroit’s Eastern Market.