Saturday, February 19, 2011


Next Tuesday feb. 22 will take place the first year's MFA winter walkthrough in the Gannet building in the studios on the fourth floor. Everyone is welcome to visit the studios!

Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Monday, January 31, 2011

Image Concious

Karen Archey is a writer and curator living in New York. She is the former Associate Editor of Art Fag City, a regular contributor to MAP Magazine (UK), Flash Art International, Rhizome, Art-Agenda, and Art in America’s online edition. Archey received her BA in Visual and Critical Studies from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2008, and currently conducts original research on the relationship of the Internet to contemporary art discourse. She has recently contributed to the forthcoming monograph of New York-based artist Patrick Meagher, edited by Uta Grosenick.

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The Armory Show 2011

This year The Armory Show will feature 274 blue-chip contemporary and modern art galleries from 31 countries. With The Armory Show and The Armory Show – Modern, visitors will now have unparalleled access to the most important artwork of the 20th and 21st centuries in New York City, the center of the art world.

the armory show


InternActive was born out of enthusiasm and experience. As a grad student (we can’t say when) our leader, Lydia Johnson, pulled a harpsichord worth of strings to land an internship with the curator of antiquities at the J. Paul Getty Museum. For a student of the humanities, an internship in the vaults of the villa overlooking the Pacific was an awe-inspiring opportunity.

Diploma and white gloves in hand, our artifact lover eventually became a Professor and Museum Director herself. She took students under her wing, nurtured them, and placed them in internships. The student/mentor relationship was electric. Time and time again, Lydia found that an enthusiastic student and a knowledgeable supervisor made a great team and each benefited from the experience. That’s why InternActive was created.

One Art World

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Internship, Museum of Texas Tech University

Museum of Texas Tech University. The internship supports graduate level students or recent graduates of a masters program who intend to pursue careers in collection management or curatorial positions in a museum. The position will provide experience in implementing a program of preventive conservation, preservation, and documentation of the Museum's Diamond M Collection.