Look! They did something totally hilarious and clever on April Fools Day. Architecture Professor Thomas Leeser walked into his classroom on the morning of April 1 to find his entire class (life-size digital prints mounted on foam core) seated, and ready to learn.
Monthly Archive for May, 2011
John Jurayj’s semester long studio class was comprised of three major projects, all based in some way on the fact that “we are here [in New York City], not there [in Ithaca…or anywhere else].” We began the semester with an assignment on the New York Times (thinking about it as a publication, location, and authority) [...]
(Disclaimer: The iPhone, though it may be great for internet browsing and game playing, does not take quality photos in the dark. My apologies.) For the past two weeks, students in David Schafer’s Professional Practice class have been giving their own “artist talks.” After a full semester of listening to professional artists present their work [...]