1st Annual Faculty Exhibition Exhibition is on view from August 30 – October 2nd, M – F, 1:00pm – 5:00pm and by appointment: email@example.com 10 E. North Avenue, 3rd fl Reception will be held September 17th from 5:30pm – 7:30pm
News & Announcements Archive
New shuttle service from MSE Library to CVA and Film Center – direct shuttle service Monday through Friday. Please see the link: https://ts.jhu.edu/Shuttles/
Beginning in the Fall semester, 2021, The Center for Visual Arts is located at 10 E. North Avenue. We occupy the third floor of this historic building above JHU/MICA Film & Media Studies. Use this Google map to find our new location.
See and hear instructor Sasha Baskin talk about her home studio and her current fiber art projects in the Spring 2021 issue of Arts & Sciences Magazine.
The Eugene Leake Award for outstanding achievement in the Center for Visual Arts was awarded to: Ian Waggoner Maya Fraga Rebekah Lo Mecca McDonald Rebecca Penner
Students in the Art of Architecture class with Luc Phinney made ephemeral installations around campus that will be installed and viewable from May 8 to May 12. Stop by the Gilman Tunnel and take home an academic good luck charm, rest yourself in the oddly geometric arrangements of chairs in the Wyman Quad, or leave […]
Join a virtual lecture with Midori Yoshimoto on Japanese woman artists and feminism on March 25, 2021 at 6 p.m. The lecture is hosted by the Center for Visual Arts, History of Art, and East Asian Studies. Please register in advance to attend the lecture.
Adjunct instructor Tae Hwang’s course, “Drawing: Who’s Telling the Story?” was featured in a Medium Campuswire article this March. The course examines the historical usage of propaganda, bias in contemporary media, and data (mis)representation across a variety of visual mediums.
The 2020-21 Common Question for Johns Hopkins undergraduate students is “What is Common Good?” The question is intended to spark conversations throughout the semester. Professor Murphy hosted one of these information Common Question Conversations on the exhibition at the Baltimore Museum of Art titled: “Generations: A History of Black Abstract Art.”
The Hub featured instructor the Center for Visual Arts in a recent article about learning during a pandemic. Instructor Luc Phinney took his Art of Architecture students on a sketch trip to Assisi, Italy. Instructors at the Johns Hopkins Krieger School of Arts and Sciences had been advised to give students a bit of breathing […]