Medallic Art by Students, Alumni Featured in International Traveling Exhibit
14th annual 'New Ideas in Medallic Sculpture' runs Nov. 5 – 26 at Medialia…Rack and Hamper Gallery in NYC
November 4, 2011
Work by University of the Arts students and alumni from Master Lecturer Mashiko Nakashima's Medallic Sculpture class is featured in the 14th annual international traveling exhibition "New Ideas in Medallic Sculpture." The exhibit runs November 5 – 26 at Medialia…Rack and Hamper Gallery in New York City (335 West 38th Street, 4th floor), Wednesday through Saturday, 12 to 5 p.m. and by appointment.
First organized by Medialia Founder and Director Mashiko in 1998 and sponsored by her non-profit arts organization New Approach, Inc., this joint exhibit also features students from partner universities Faculdade de Belas Artes da Universidade de Lisboa in Portugal and Nagoya University of Arts in Japan. Starting in New York in November, the show will travel to Philadelphia, continuing on to Lisbon, with a final stop in Japan.
Participating artists include CJ Andris ’13 (Sculpture), Maria Ashmen ’11 (Sculpture), Pavia Burroughs ’11 (Sculpture), Emily Combs ’13 (Sculpture), Ronald J. Kustrup ’12 (Painting/Drawing), Nick Maimone ’11 (Painting/Drawing), Brandon Miller '11 (Sculpture), Colin “Bearcub” O’Neill ’11 (Sculpture) and Christiaan Sidell ’11 (Industrial Design).
Homepage image: "Process Self Portrait" by Nick Maimone ’11 (Painting/Drawing); above: "Wisdom Tooth" by Pavia Burroughs BFA ’11 (Sculpture).