WashU students and faculty are cutting through the hype and grappling with artificial intelligence.
“Urban Archaeology: Lost Buildings of St. Louis,” a new exhibition curated by WashU’s Michael Allen, will open Sept. 8 at the Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts.
The Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum at Washington University in St. Louis presents “Adam Pendleton: To Divide By,” an exhibition that spans the past five years of the renowned artist’s practice, with a marked emphasis on abstract composition.
More than two-dozen artists, collectives and community organizers — many with WashU connections — are featured in Counterpublic 2023, the acclaimed public art triennial now on view at sites around St. Louis.
The Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts celebrated seven honorees April 20 as part of the school’s 2023 Awards for Distinction ceremony.
Each year, bold and beautiful fashion designs are showcased around the world—on runways, online and in print. Great fashion design makes us look better…but can it help us be better? At Washington University in St. Louis, students are not only exploring how fashion changes us, but also how it just might change the world.
The Sam Fox School will present WashU’s 94th Annual Fashion Design Show April 22 in Holmes Lounge. One of the oldest such shows in the nation, the event will feature dozens of models wearing scores of outfits that together explore the intersection of clothing and culture.
With ambitions and savvy acquisitions, the Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum makes an international mark.
“Beauty in Enormous Bleakness,” an exhibition highlighting the design legacy of Japanese American architects in the wake of World War II-era internments, is on view in Olin Library. A related symposium, “Moonscape of the Mind,” will take place April 13 and 14.
Krishna Bharat, a distinguished research scientist at Google, will deliver the keynote address for “AI + Design” April 3. The afternoon-long symposium will explore the current state of AI technology, the future of AI-assisted design and the implications for design practice and training.