“Seeing all of the creative activity in the open highlights UB’s vast offering of programs and the artistry of our students and faculty,” says Jamie Enser, executive director of the Center for the Arts.
Samuel Allison, a second-year MFA student, works on a graphite drawing while Lee Cannarozzo, a teaching adjunct and 2020 MFA graduate, looks on.
Marguerite Kellam (left), a second-year MFA student who works in metal and fiber sculpture, talks with Becky Brown, assistant professor.
A circuit feedback system that resembles bird calls by second-year MFA student Martin Freeman, who works in analog electronics and sound.
These sketches were among the work by students, faculty and staff from the departments of Art, Media Study, Music, Theatre and Dance, the Arts Management Program, UB Art Galleries and the Arts Collaboratory.
Guests visit "F: Reconstituting Tolstoy College," an exhibition in the UB Art Gallery that examines the genesis, lifespan and eventual dissolution of College F. — an anarchist educational community known colloquially as Tolstoy College that operated at UB from 1969-85.
Published November 1, 2021