Graduate Fine Arts

Susan Fang, Emilie Selden (Background: two works by Fang and Selden respectively)
MFA Alumni Emilie Selden and Susan Fang introduce their Brooklyn based pop-up gallery 6WK with an opening reception on October 2nd. Check out the details here! 
Ken Lum, public art war memorial, Nathan Phillips Square, Toronto, 2016, Photo: Ken Lum
Named chair of the Department of Fine Arts on July 1, Ken Lum is a Vancouver-born artist who joined the PennDesign faculty as Professor and Director of the 
Installation by Brian Zegeer
PennDesign MFA 2005,
Outside the Exploratorium
VIDEO EXHIBITION AT EXPLORATORIUM “HIDDEN LANDSCAPES" Exploratorium The Museum of Science, Art and Human Perception San Francisco, CA On view starting mid-June 2016
Cover of Kaleidoscope Asia. Edition title: Club State of Mind
Professor and Director of Undergraduate Fine Arts Ken Lum was interviewed for Issue #3 (Spring/Summer 2016) of KALEIDOSCOPE ASIA, the biannual and bilingual (Chinese/English) publicat
Clay piece from the 'Utopia is like the Horizon' exhibition
In the afternoon, the smell of suntan lotion is the smell of leisure, the kind that lays on a sandy beach with nothing to do but chill. But there is no chill. My mind races with virtual possibilities of pleasure, criticality, and moral responsibility.
Cover of "BioCoder" September 2016 edition
Professor Orkan Telhan is showing recent work from xlab with Integrated Product Design alum, Taylor Caputo at Vienna Design Week!
Two walls of industrial buildings
Kaitlin Pomerantz - AS IS - July 8th-10th Friday, July 8th - Gallery Hours 6-9 pm Saturday, July 9th - Opening Reception 6-9 pm Sunday, July 10th -WALLS TALK BACK 3-4:30pm  
The late Terry Adkins' temporary monument for Monument Lab 2015, photo Lisa Boughter
PennDesign faculty members Sharon Hayes, Ken Lum and Brian Phillips (MArch’96), along with alumnae Kelsey Halliday Johnson (MFA’12) and 
Bird designs on chain link fence at William Cramp Elementary School

William Cramp Elementary School

To paraphrase the famous Joni Mitchell song, what if you unpaved a parking lot — and created paradise? Thanks to a variety of programs and a commitment by a host of city agencies, that’s increasingly the norm in Philadelphia.
Sarah Gamble, Untitled, 2016, 24 x 24 inches, 

Sarah Gamble, Untitled, 2016, 24 x 24 inches, 

A selection of faculty and alumni exhibitions now on view in Philly and beyond.