Eskenazi architecture faculty are collaborating on a monument in Marion, Ind. to "honor an expanding, more diverse group of Americans," as The New York Times notes in a review of the Chicago Architecture Biennial, where the architects chart the process of creating the monument. The project's co-creators are faculty Daniel Martinez and Lulu Loquidis, of LAA Office.
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Before boldly cutting a swath through the New York fashion world, Bryn Taubensee got her training at the Eskenazi School, earning a B.A. in Fashion Design and a B.F.A. in Studio Art (with a focus on sculpture) in 2014. In advance of her campus talk Monday night, November 27, the founder of the provocative, acclaimed fashion house Vaquera spoke with current Fashion Design major Noah Handy.
As Black Friday beckons, Eskenazi merchandising faculty Mary Embry advises shoppers to consider the source of the packages arriving on the doorstep. Who made the product? How much water did it require? Embry offered tips for sustainable holiday shopping on Indy's ABC affiliate, WRTV. Watch the television story from our link.
The Eskenazi School of Art Architecture + Design at Indiana University Bloomington invites applications for a 4–6-week McKinney International Art and Design Residency.
An installation by architecture faculty members Daniel Martinez and Lulu Loquidis with artists Samuel Levi Jones and Sam Van Aken at the Chicago Architecture Biennial has been reviewed in the London-based Architectural Review. "Growing a Garden of Strange Fruit" charts the process of creating a site of contemplation, healing, and memory at the site of an atrocity in Marion, Indiana in 1930.
Kev Addison, a senior studying fashion design and marketing, is one of five students across the nation named finalists for the 2024 NRF Foundation Honors Next Generation Scholarship, to be awarded in New York in January. In 2023, Addison received the Virgil Abloh Post-Modern Scholarship from the Fashion Scholarship Fund.
Opening Thursday, November 9, "These 'Things' I Call Art" showcases the wide-ranging oeuvre of Eskenazi alumnus and former faculty member Don Gene Bell (B.A. '61, M.F.A. '65). The posthumous retrospective at University Collections at McCalla spotlights a large gift of Bell's artwork and archives made to the university last year.
Artist Jeff Koons, whose work across media has absorbed and reflected popular culture over the last four decades, will speak at IU Nov. 5 at 4 p.m. with, among others, Eskenazi School Associate Professor Caleb Weintraub, who has for several years experimented with AI as a tool in his painting practice. The Indiana Daily Student previews the event.
Forming in the summer of 2020, the Eighteen Art Collective painted the Black Lives Matter mural on Indiana Avenue in Indianapolis, then mounted a year-long exhibition at Newfields. Now, as part of Themester 2023: Light and Truth, Eskenazi photography B.F.A. Austin Clark is bringing them to Bloomington for a panel discussion November 6 at 6 p.m. at the Mies van der Rohe Building.
In his second year in the Eskenazi School's Miller M. Arch program, Will Ziegert is examining the missing middle of Columbus' housing market and proposing ways to add it back. In the spring, the city will host a public design charrette to invite discussion around Ziegert's recommendation for "a happy medium of denser-style living."