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Thursday, September 4, 2014

News Brief: Carnegie Mellon's Center for the Arts in Society Launches Performance Initiative

The center plans to approach the concept of performance as an expansive form, from the traditional relationship between an audience and an actor to the constructions of political protest or how we frame our lives through social rituals, athletics, digital devices and everyday acts. MORE
Thursday, September 4, 2014

Press Release: Carnegie Mellon's Miller Gallery To Exhibit Works by More Than 75 Artists This Fall

Pgh BiennialFree and open to the public, the Miller Gallery team has planned nine events, five exhibitions, and one touring exhibition. "From design to art to neuroscience, these works show the breadth and depth of the Miller Gallery's content going forward," says Franco Sciannameo, head of programming for the gallery.
Monday, August 25, 2014

Press Release: Carnegie Mellon School of Music’s 2014-2015 Season Features Renowned Guest Conductors Manfred Honeck, David Effron and Barry Douglas

Andres CardenesThe School of Music’s 2014-2015 season begins at 7:30 p.m., Sunday, Sept. 14, with the Philharmonic’s concert at Carnegie Music Hall in Oakland under the direction of Maestro Andrés Cárdenes, artistic director of Orchestral Studies for the Carnegie Mellon School of Music. MORE
Tuesday, August 19, 2014

News Brief: Alumna Chikako Suzuki Wins Her First Emmy Award

Chikako SuzukiSuzuki, who earned a master's degree in scenic design from CMU's School of Drama, was honored for her art direction in the Showtime comedy "House of Lies." MORE
Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Press Release: Students at Carnegie Mellon's Integrated Innovation Institute Tackle Acquaintance/Date-Rape Crisis With Marketable Solutions

Spot A ProblemTwo novel product prototypes — NightOwl and Spot (A Problem) — targeted to the college population and designed by graduate-student teams, employ mobile technology to encourage bystander intervention and generate shared community responsibility. MORE
Tuesday, July 22, 2014

News Brief: James Duesing Appointed Director of Carnegie Mellon's Center for the Arts in Society

James DuesingDuesing, a professor of art, has been on the CMU faculty since 1997. He is an award-winning animator who has worked in many forms, from traditional hand-drawn and early digital work to 3-D and motion capture. His work has been exhibited and broadcast worldwide, and he has received numerous prestigious grants and awards. MORE