Exhibitions

Spectrum of Process: 2024 UMBC Faculty Exhibition

Spectrum of Process: 2024 UMBC Faculty Exhibition Poster

February 9-March 2, 2024

Opening reception: February 8, 6-8pm

“Spectrum of Process” presents a range of UMBC faculty approaches to art and culture through rigorous, experimental processes. The exhibition is interdisciplinary, including works of fine art, design, pedagogy, and the visual culture of research.

The 2024 UMBC Faculty exhibition is presented in two parts:

New Faculty and Staff Exhibition:

  • Eva Grandoni
  • Dave Greber
  • Eric Millikin
  • Julie Sayo
  • Kelley Yang

Faculty/Staff/Student Research Presentations:

  • Iman Alshathri
  • Noshaba Bhalli
  • Lee Boot
  • Sudip Chakraborty
  • Lavon Davis
  • Chloe Evered
  • Taylor Goad
  • Vandana Janeja
  • Zahra Khanjani
  • Anita Komlodi
  • Yusuke Kuwayama
  • Christine Mallinson
  • Kifekachukwu Nwosu
  • Tobi Williams
  • Ryan Zuber
PUBLIC PROGRAMS:
February 8, 6pm: Opening reception!

Join the faculty, staff, and students involved in “Spectrum of Process” for a celebratory reception.

February 14, noon: Research and Process, featuring faculty and students involved in the “Can You Catch a Deep Fake?” and “Artifacts” research projects

Join researchers Lee Boot, Christine Mallinson, and their research teams for intimate discussions about two critical research activities at UMBC, focused on the topics of climate science and Deep Fake audio technologies. Both of these interdisciplinary research activities use visualization strategies to interpret and understand important changes in our environment and culture. The format of the conversation will be a gallery tour followed by Q+A.

 

February 21, noon: Julie Sayo, Assistant Professor of Graphic Design, presents Baybayin Writing Workshop!

Julie Sayo is a Filipino-American graphic designer and educator. Her studio practice explores identity and the role of graphic design in decoloniality through the study and type design of Baybayin, a Tagalog writing system of the Philippines.

Join Julie Sayo in an interactive workshop to learn Baybayin writing and her research.

Space is limited. Sign up here.

Learn more about Public Programs here

 

If you need any specific accommodations at one of our events or to experience the exhibition, please contact CADVC at cadvc@umbc.edu or 410-455-3188 as soon as possible.