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May 18, 2020

No Tutorial

Carnegie Mellon University College of Fine Arts

Details from No Tutorial, 2020.

No Tutorial, presented by the Miller Institute for Contemporary Art, reflects upon our current situation in the midst of a global pandemic, shines a critical light on societal shortcomings, and imagines new futures in a post-pandemic world. The exhibition, now on view at notutorial.art, presents final projects by graduating students at Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Art. Quickly adapting to a new remote reality without access to materials, equipment, and facilities, students in this exhibition demonstrate their ingenuity, creativity, and perseverance at a time when there simply is no tutorial.

Imagined and self-curated by students, No Tutorial brings together projects by 41 seniors, drawing distinct parallels between seemingly divergent bodies of work. Exhibition visitors can browse works by a series of categories covering themes, materials, and descriptions, or they can take a deep dive into each individual artist’s work. Taking advantage of this digital format, the exhibition imagines a new way for presenting art online where presentation is not limited by immovable gallery walls. No Tutorial is a testament to the talent, energy, humor, and originality of CMU School of Art’s graduating class at an incommensurable moment in our history.

About the Miller Institute for Contemporary Art
The Miller ICA is Carnegie Mellon University’s contemporary art institute providing transformative experiences with contemporary art through exhibitions, conversation, and exchange in a free and open public space.

About the Carnegie Mellon University School of Art
Housed within one of the most respected research universities in the United States, the School of Art at Carnegie Mellon University offers an unparalleled convergence of contemporary art, technology, and critical discourse. Combining a renowned studio program with the interdisciplinary resources of a cutting-edge research environment, the School of Art bridges the fundamental areas of studio practice with the experimental practices of new media, physical computing, and program-based expression.

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