(left) Stone & DeGuire, Blackmail #61, mixed media, 32.75 x 25.5 x 1.25", 1998; (right) Stone & DeGuire, Blackmail #33, mixed media, 32.75 x 25.5 x 1.25", 1998.

‘Sincerely, Stone & DeGuire’ opens

The Sam Fox School will present “Sincerely, Stone & DeGuire” at the Des Lee Gallery Jan. 22-Feb. 20. The exhibition collects more than a dozen works by the husband-and-wife artist duo, who met as undergraduate art students.

Artwork from a drone.

Art through the lens of a drone

We are living at the dawn of the drone age. In January, the Kemper Art Museum will present “To See Without Being Seen: Contemporary Art and Drone Warfare.” The exhibition raises timely questions about power, technology, surveillance and fear.

An image tracking satellites, space debris and other objects in Earth orbit

Paglen begins Sam Fox School lecture series

Can technology be at once ubiquitous and invisible? Artist Trevor Paglen, who will speak on campus Feb. 1, deploys photography, sculpture, engineering and investigative journalism to document drones, satellites, fiber-optic cables and other “hidden” systems.

Alberti Program to partner with PGAV Destinations

St. Louis-based design firm PGAV Destinations has pledged $125,000 and the volunteer time of its leading designers to support The Alberti Program at Washington University’s Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts for the next five years.

Vogler, Jesse - Fulbright 2015-16

Washington University faculty receive Fulbrights

Five Washington University in St. Louis faculty have been awarded Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program grants to study abroad during the 2015-16 academic year. They are Petra Levin, PhD (right), Timothy Parsons, PhD; and Guillermo Rosas, PhD, all in Arts & Sciences; Jesse Vogler of the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts; and Edythe E. Weeks, JD, PhD, of University College in Arts & Sciences.

Kemper-Paintings of Winston Churchill F15

VIDEO: The Paintings of Sir Winston Churchill

In 1915, at age 40, Winston Churchill was ousted as First Lord of the Admiralty during Britain’s disastrous Gallipoli campaign. It was a low point for the future prime minister, but recovery began in the most unlikely of places: in the garden, with a box of paints.

Conceptual View: 
Depiction from the Central  Green (Michael Vergason Landscape Architects)

Campus next

The university unveils plans to enhance the east end of the Danforth Campus.

Mossotti, Ward-Brown win Regional Arts Commission Artist Fellowships

Denise Ward-Brown, associate professor in the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts at Washington University in St. Louis, and poet Travis Mossotti, a grant analyst in the university’s Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research, are among 10 recipients of the Regional Arts Commission’s 2015 Artist Fellowships.

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