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[ Architecture ]

Carnegie Mellon School of Architecture Establishes PJ Dick Innovation Fund

The PJ Dick Trumbull Lindy Group has continued its partnership with CMU by establishing the PJ Dick Innovation Fund with a generous $500,000 gift to the School of Architecture. The fund will contribute to a Patron level sponsorship of the UDream Program and help fund the Faculty Grants Program that supports faculty research and teaching innovations that address the school’s three pedagogical challenges: climate change, social justice and artificial intelligence.

Read about the first round of funding recipients

[ Art ]

The School of Art Announces the Appointment of Alisha Wormsley as Assistant Professor of Social Practice

Alisha Wormsley begins her new position as assistant professor of art in the area of social practice beginning fall 2024. Wormsley's work supports marginalized communities in telling their own stories in locations both within and outside of the traditional arts ecosystem.

READ MORE ABOUT Alisha Wormsley and her work

[ Design ]

Melissa White Cicozi Retires from the School of Design

After 35 years of meaningful impact at the School of Design, Melissa Cicozi is retiring. The School of Design looks back on Cicozi's legacy of care.


[ Drama ]

CMU Drama Teams up with City Theatre Company for Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley

City Theatre Company's Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley was not only a celebration of holiday cheer and Jane Austen romance, but also of CFA talent. Fifteen School of Drama artists brought the set, costumes, lights, dramaturgy, production management, dialects, direction and three of the performances to life.

Read more about CMU Drama's collaboration with City Theatre Company

[ Music ]

Diaz Named New Lecturer in Euphonium

The Carnegie Mellon University School of Music is pleased to welcome Hiram Diaz as the new artist lecturer in euphonium.

READ MORE ABOUT Diaz's appointment

[ BXA ]

Ella Hepner BHA 2018 Taps into Life Experiences for NYC Gallery Show

Hepner reflects upon her experiences at CMU — how her interdisciplinary studies have inspired her approach — and her NYC gallery show.

READ MORE ABOUT HEPNER and her nyc gallery show

[ Miller ICA ]

Impossible Music

The exhibition Impossible Music brought together sounds, scores, sculptures, video and live performances to extend discourses on conceptual and experimental music and explore its intersections across different art forms.

LEARN MORE ABOUT impossible Music


Extended Reality Creative Research Grant: a New Collaboration between STUDIO and XRTC

The XRTC Creative Research Grant is a new collaboration between the STUDIO and the Extended Reality Technology Center (XRTC). With awards ranging between $1,000–$6,000, this grant supports and raises awareness for creative research in the XR field.

Learn more about the XRTC Creative Research Grant

[ MAM ]

MAM Monitor

Stay up-to-date on the latest news from the Master of Arts Management program, a collaboration between Heinz College of Information Systems and Public Policy and the College of Fine Arts.

Read more at the MAM Monitor Newsletter