Less than one month following my previous post, art students have enjoyed a whole “nother” slew of guest speakers. Even with the end of the semester, crits, and final projects in clear sight, our teachers have not failed to bombard us with the best. April 4, Art Fabricator Ted Lawson visits David Schafer’s Professional Practice [...]
Monthly Archive for April, 2011
Born: Griffin Ahearn Jurayj, April 6, 2011 Attention Women: Professor John Jurayj has a new baby. An adorable, drooling, crying, gurgling, kicking, yawning, burping, defenseless little imp– and he is willing to share this miracle of life with the world. Griffin visited our Art Studio class last week and captivated us all.
On perhaps the sunniest day of the year thus far, students of Masha Penteleyeva’s Art History class made a trek out to Beacon, NY: a small Hudson River Valley town land marked by a massive warehouse (formerly a Nabisco boxing factory) that has recently been re-appropriated into a home for a handful of America’s most [...]
The past months at AAP NYC have been bustling with excitement. As if internships, critiques, shows, openings, and the general hype of city living weren’t enough to keep us on our toes, teachers have brought in a slew of guest speakers—at least two every week—to titillate our curiosities. Below, find an abridged list of these [...]
Living in Olin Hall, at 69th and York, has its benefits. Using Cornell’s facilities, you don’t have to deal with finding an apartment for the semester, which can be very time consuming and expensive. You also have free access to a gym, a game room and basketball court. The basketball court, which often becomes a [...]