Some artists love it, Daniel Grant reports, but others would rather keep their practice and their teaching separate. Besides, studios are expensive--a luxury many colleges just can't afford.
For the past couple years, I have been teaching Bay Area-based artist Amy Balkin’s work within a curriculum about environmental art and “land expropriation.” I teach her work besides Karl Marx’s twenty-seventh chapter of Capital vol... Read Post
Artist John Baldessari has had a long association with the California Institute of the Arts, where he was a professor of art for nearly two decades. On Friday, the school announced that it is naming a new art studio building on cam... Read Post