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  • Fine Arts Admissions | PennDesign
    MFA program in the Fine Arts Department apply to the School of Design PennDesign To apply to the MFA program please first download our 2015 MFA Apply Guide this fully outlines the application requirements and also visit the PennDesign Admissions website for more information We welcome you to our Open House on November 2rd to the National Graduate Portfolio Events in SF Chicago and NY and look forward to hearing

    Original URL path: http://www.design.upenn.edu/fine-arts/graduate/fine-arts-admissions (2015-10-17)
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  • Visiting Artists | PennDesign
    6 30 PM ICA Heather Rowe October 15 2015 6 30 PM ICA Ian Cheng February December 3 2015 6 30 PM ICA Rashaad Newsome January 21 2016 6 30 PM Meyerson B3 Richard Ibghy Marilou Lemmens January 28 2016 6 30 PM Location TBD Walter Hood February 11 2016 6 30 PM ICA Harrell Fletcher February 18 2016 6 30 PM Location TBD Matthew Coolidge and Aurora Tang February 25 2016 6 30 PM ICA John Pilson March 17 2016 6 30 PM ICA Valerie Tevere and Angel Nevarez March 31 2016 6 30 PM ICA 2015 2016 MFA Program Studio Visits no public lecture Mark Tribe September 9 2015 Veit Stratmann October 12 13 2015 Christian Siekmeier October 19 21 2015 Clint Jukala October 30 2015 Huma Bhaba March 24 25 2016 PennDesign Fine Arts Recent Visiting Artists 2014 2015 Lectures Lorna Simpson David Humphrey Yael Bartana Judith Barry Walid Raad Olaf Nicolai Amie Siegel James Casebere Walead Beshty Julia Fish 2013 2014 Duane Michals Barnaby Furnas Molly Zuckerman Hartung Allora and Calzadilla Sharon Hayes Tim Davis Ben Katchor Alfredo Jaar Kendell Geers Achim Borchart Hume Rainer Ganahl Paul Graham Dawoud Bey 2012 2013 Jon Kessler Sommer Lozano Hemmer Helen Mirra Fia Backström Wendy White Steffani Jemison Paul Chan Spencer Finch Jules de Balincourt Wael Shawky Theaster Gates Mary Reid Kelley and Patrick Kelley 2011 2012 Leslie Hewitt Hamza Walker Kota Ezawa Stefan Sagmeister Diana Cooper Not Vital Charlene Von Heyl Paula Scher Moyra Davey Matthew Day Jackson Peter Greenaway Krzysztof Wodiczko 2010 2011 Anne Chu Mary Ellen Mark Nancy Davenport Kamrooz Aram Rick Lowe Lauren Greenfield Matthew Monahan David Salle Mika Rottenberg Josiah McElheny Stan Douglas Michelle Grabner Amy Franceschini FutureFarmers 2009 2010 Charles Atlas Charlotte Cotton Eleanor Antin Gary Hill Jun Kaneko Maira Kalman Miler Lagos

    Original URL path: http://www.design.upenn.edu/fine-arts/graduate/visiting-artists (2015-10-17)
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  • FacultySearch | PennDesign
    Email Fine Arts Related Links MFA Program Overview University of Pennsylvania School of Design Department of Fine Arts Standing Faculty Searches The School of Design at the University of Pennsylvania Department of Fine Arts seeks qualified applicants for a full time standing faculty position in the area of sculpture A review of applications will continue until the position is filled Search Descriptions Standing Faculty Position in Sculpture The University of

    Original URL path: http://www.design.upenn.edu/fine-arts/graduate/facultysearch (2015-10-17)
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  • Interdisciplinary Programs - Degree Details | PennDesign
    MCP JD is a joint degree program sponsored by the Law School and the School of Design The aim of the joint degree program is to train leaders who can blend the professional concerns of law and city and regional planning This is a four year program plus one summer of office practice in the planning field Students apply to each school independently through each program s specified admission process In order for a student to receive both degrees he or she must complete the independent degree requirements of each program Law students must complete a minimum of 89 credits 55 hours of which must be advanced credit completed in the second and third years of Law study Students in the joint program may apply twelve semester hours four courses taken in the MCP program or elsewhere in the University while in their 2L and 3L years of the Law program toward that requirement reducing their upper level credit requirement to 43 credits These four courses are the total number of non Law courses that a Law student can take in other departments of the University Students must also satisfy the Law School s pro bono requirement via the Public Service Program and fulfill senior writing and professional responsibility requirements more on these requirements can be found in the Law Student Guide to Policy and Procedures Students must complete 19 course units for the Masters of City Planning MCP degree Of these ten course units are core requirements and must be taken in the MCP Program and 5 course units are courses taken in their area of concentration selected from a list designated by the Department Students are also required to complete four course units in the Law School selected in consultation with their Law School and MCP program advisors Students may satisfy the elective requirements via City Planning related courses offered in the Law School Electives must be approved in advance by the MCP Program Advisor Master of Architecture Master of City Planning Master of Science in Historic Preservation or Master of Landscape Architecture Master of Business Administration PennDesign students in the masters programs in Architecture Landscape Architecture City and Regional Planning and Historic Preservation have the option of simultaneously completing a Master of Business Administration MBA at the Wharton School Applicants to the dual degree program apply separately to the relevant department program of the School of Design and to the MBA program of the Wharton School Admission decisions are made independently by each department program and students may pursue a dual degree program only if admitted to both the School of Design and the Wharton School Students already enrolled in the School of Design may apply to the Wharton School in the fall semester of their first year To satisfy the School of Design portion of the dual degree program students must take at least 25 course units in the architecture or landscape architecture departments or at least 15 course units in city planning or historic preservation

    Original URL path: http://www.design.upenn.edu/interdisciplinary-programs/dual-degrees (2015-10-17)
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  • Graduate Seminars | PennDesign
    be addressed as they serve the needs of ideas rather than a set technical procedure Through individual consultation scheduled class critiques field trips guest artists and collaborative projects attention will be given to studio work in and out of printmaking so that the technical and conceptual strengths of print media can serve as a worthwhile adjunct to an overall studio practice The course requires the proposal of a directed project to be explored in this seminar FNAR 554 Graduate Printmaking I Instructor TBA This course will cover the traditional print processes while offering a chance to develop visual skills The processes covered in class will include monoprinting one of a kind prints relief printing and a variety of etching techniques Demonstrations will be offered to introduce more advanced processes like lithography and silkscreening This class is an excellent introduction to the visual arts because the through process as well as the development of the image can be recorded FNAR 568 Interactive Design Studio Cultures of Making Orkan Telhan This course is a research based design studio that introduces new materials fabrication and prototyping techniques to develop a series of design proposals in response to the theme Cultures of Making This semester of the studio will focus on thinking through the language of three new technologies digital fabrication printed electronic and biosynthesis to respond creatively and critically to emerging social cultural and environmental issues Through lectures and hands on workshops students will produce three functional design prototypes to realize their ideas in different capacities and learn how to position their work within contemporary art media and design SM 575 Graduate Drawing Seminar Matt Freedman This seminar examines the essential nature drawing has in an artist s process Direct visual perception self referential mark making the viability of space and understanding it and drawing from one s own work are some of the drawing experiences encountered in the course There are regular critiques and discussions based on the work and readings FNAR 576 Critical Issues I A History of Ideas in Art Jackie Tileston This seminar will address some of the theories critical ideas and methods that have influenced studio artists touching on 2000 years of art and aesthetics from Plato to Dave Hickey Issues covered will range from traditional investigations of aesthetics to Modernism Postmodernism Post Postmodernism and more Connections will be made between ideas theories and practice as it shows up in the work of various 20th century artists We will investigate how issues in philosophy art history and criticism can be used by the studio artist to understand not only the contemporary climate in the art world but his or her own work FNAR 576 Critical Issues II Contemporary Themes Jackie Tileston This seminar will focus on writings within the last ten years or so about the contemporary art world the current dialogues and issues specific to our time and place as artists This seminar will explore contemporary issues in a spirit of curiosity and critique and relate them

    Original URL path: http://www.design.upenn.edu/fine-arts/graduate/graduate-seminars (2015-10-17)
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  • Nancy Davenport | PennDesign
    Students Admitted Students Current Undergraduates Current Graduate Students Current Doctoral Students Faculty and Staff Alumni Search form Search Undergraduate Graduate Program Work People Curriculum Resources Events Blog Apply Share Share via Email Fine Arts Nancy Davenport Assistant Professor of Fine Arts Photography davnancy design upenn edu http www nancydavenport com Biography B F A York University Toronto Canada M F A School of Visual Arts NY New York In her photography and animation Nancy Davenport has consistently explored architecture as a symbolic social space and the shifting relationship between individuals and institutions Her work has been exhibited at a variety of venues including the Metropolitan Museum of Art New York the Liverpool Biennial the Istanbul Biennial the São Paulo Biennial DHC Art Fondation pour l art Contemporain Montréal the Triennial of Photography Video at the International Center of Photography New York and the Musée des Beaux Arts Le Locle Switzerland Her work has appeared in numerous publications including Artforum October Frieze New York Times Art in America and Vitamin Ph New Perspectives in Photography Phaidon Press Nancy Davenport s work is represented by Nicole Klagsbrun Gallery Featured Media Support PennDesign Your contribution positively impacts our ability to educate the creative

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  • Matt Freedman | PennDesign
    and Staff Alumni Search form Search Undergraduate Graduate Program Work People Curriculum Resources Events Blog Apply Share Share via Email Fine Arts Matt Freedman Lecturer Interdisciplinary Studies Trix4 aol com http mattfreedman org B A Harvard University M A M F A University of Iowa Matt Freedman is a sculptor graphic artist performer writer and curator with a background in cartooning and anthropology His current work explores the consequences when DIY versions of modern spectacles revive half remembered cultural myths Solo exhibition venues include Pierogi Gallery Brooklyn vertexList Brooklyn Studio 10 Gallery Brooklyn Valentine Gallery Queens Flipside Brooklyn FiveMyles Brooklyn and SculptureCenter New York Freedman has performed at PS1 MoMA New York the Brooklyn Museum The Kitchen New York Brooklyn Fireproof Brooklyn Academy of Music at FiveMyles Galapagos Art Space Brooklyn and Flux Factory New York Freedman has curated projects at SculptureCenter New York Long Island University Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition and PS1 MoMA New York He is the recipient of the National Endowment for the Arts Grant 1991 and the New York Foundation for the Arts Grant Fiction writing 2000 as well as the author of the graphic journal Relatively Indolent but Relentless published by Seven Stories Press 2014 Featured

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  • Ken Lum | PennDesign
    Vancouver Canada but presently resides in Philadelphia Pennsylvania where he is a Professor in the School of Design the University of Pennsylvania From 2000 to 2006 Ken Lum was head of the graduate program in studio art at the University of British Columbia Vancouver where he taught from 1990 until 2006 Lum joined the faculty of Bard College Annandale on Hudson in 2005 and worked there until 2007 He has been an invited professor at the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux Arts Paris the Akademie der Bildenden Kunst Munich California College of the Arts San Francisco and the China Art Academy Hangzhou Lum is co founder and founding editor of Yishu Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art He has published extensively and recently completed an artists book project with philosopher Hubert Damisch that was launched with Three Star Press Paris Lum was Project Manager for Okwui Enwezor s The Short Century Independence and Liberation Movements in Africa 1945 1994 2001 He was also co curator of the 7th Sharjah Biennial 2005 and Shanghai Modern 1919 1945 2005 Lum has exhibited widely including São Paulo Biennial 1998 Shanghai Biennale 2000 Documenta 11 2002 the Istanbul Biennial 2007 and the Gwangju Biennale 2008

    Original URL path: http://www.design.upenn.edu/fine-arts/graduate/people/ken-lum (2015-10-17)
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