Adam Gray’s “Hella Slingshot” featured in Wired Magazine.
Adam Gray’s dm10 Hella Slingshot is feature in the Decembers issue of Wired Magazine. The Hella is hand-carved from Mora tree limbs and equipped with a natural latex tube sling and a leather pouch for your projectiles. [Wired], [Hella Slingshot].
Alum Christopher Robbins : Keynote Speaker : Concentric Conversations
Otis Graduate Public Practice presents Concentric Conversations
Voice: Critical Pedagogy and Public Practice
February 25-27, 2011
Educational theorist Christopher Robbins will offer a keynote presentation and guide intense conversations between artists and educators during a weekend focused on the philosophical underpinnings of critical pedagogy in relationship to public practice in art. Using writings of critical pedagogy scholar Henry Giroux and other educational theorists and activists, the weekend’s conversations will search for common pedagogical ground between art and education. Intimate discussions, case studies by artists, and public presentations are free and open to the public.
Participating artists and educators include Otis faculty members S.A. Bachman, Krista Caballero, and Malik Gaines, Karla Diaz of Slanguage, Sean Dockray and Caleb Waldorf of Public School, Ken Ehrlich, Ashley Hunt, Unique Holland of the Alameda County Department of Education, Chris Johnson, Dont Rhine of Ultra-red, and Otis MFA students speaking on their project Dismantled.
Christopher Robbins is Associate Professor of Social Foundations at Eastern Michigan University. His research interests include critical and public pedagogy, the interrelationships of social and educational policy, racism and racial inequality, and the impacts of criminalization and militarization on schools and public culture. He is the author of Expelling Hope: The Assault on Youth and the Militarization of Schooling (SUNY, 2008).
Organized by Suzanne Lacy and Sara Daleiden of Otis College of Art and Design’s Graduate Public Practice Program, this weekend intensive continues the Concentric Conversations series of dialogic events offered to encourage discourse among L.A. cultural practitioners. The Graduate Public Practice Program is the only educational program in the Southern California region dedicated exclusively to providing artists with advanced skills for working in the public sphere, focusing both on collaborative and individual art production.
Alum Hye Yeon Nam is featured in Wired.com
He work will be presented in a group show in Denmark, May 16-22.
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Alum’s work:Ghana Think Tank nominated for Cartier Award 2010!
“Ghana Think Tank” by DM 07 Christopher Robbins, Carmen Montoya, Matey Odonkor, John Ewing has been shortlisted for the Frieze Foundation Cartier Award 2010
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