In addition to the Faculty +1exhibition now displaying in the school’s Crawford Gallery—be sure to take a look!—SCH’s accomplished arts faculty have several happenings of note this month.
Saturday, February 8 | 1:00 to 5:00 PM David Cool, a member of the new media faculty, will be leading an interactive audio installation coupled with prints in the next member show at Orchard Art Collective. Those who attend will have their voices become part of the installation. They will be able to read lines from a poem David wrote and record their voices. When they enter the space their voices become part of the sound installation. The event takes place at the Orchard Art Collective: 4325 Orchard St. in Philadelphia.
Sunday, February 23 | 8 PM – 9:30 PM Art and New Media Chair Ellen Fishman’s work RUPTURES will be premiered at American Spectral: Works for Piano and Electronics at NYU's Steinhardt School. Renowned interpreter Marilyn Nonken will explore how technology changes our sense of time, consciousness, and sonic reality. The location is 82 Washington Sq E, New York, NY 10003-6655. The event is free and open to the public.
February 16 to 28 Sunday, Feb 23 | 2 to 4 PM | Opening Reception “Cross Pollination 20/20,” a juried exhibition at Tyler School of Art and Architecture, explores the reciprocity of influence between student’s artmaking and their teacher’s studio practice. The work of SCH senior Corrine Motl was selected to be included in the show. She is a student of art faculty member Dan Brewer who encouraged Motl to submit her work. Motl has been accepted at Pratt and has applied to several other Art schools. (Two of Corinne's pieces are pictured here.) The show will feature the submissions of Tyler School of Art and Architecture alumni, as well as artists teaching in a variety of settings including schools, museums, senior citizen centers, art centers, and private studios. The show is at Tyler School of Art and Architecture:2001 N. 13th Street Philadelphia, PA 19122.