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Barbara Noah's "Toss and Turn” featured in Seattle Times

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IAS faculty member Barbara Noah created a significant body of work, "Toss and Turn,” exhibited at Davidson Galleries in Seattle, September 5-28. The work contemplates climate change, transcendence, joy, our place in the universe, and the hunt for home. It was featured in the Seattle Times in a September 18 online article ...

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Barbara Noah selected for the exhibition "Art of the Cosmos"

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IAS faculty member Barbara Noah was selected for the exhibition "Art of the Cosmos", which will open in April of 2020 in Pasadena. CA. The exhibition celebrates the Hubble Space Telescope and is organized by Fulcrum Arts. The image below is one of the works that will be exhibited in the show ...

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Barbara Noah's Likely Stories in solo exhibition at Davidson Galleries

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IAS faculty member Barbara Noah will exhibit her Likely Stories series in a solo exhibition at Davidson Galleries in Seattle in September 2019. In this series, unexpected metaphoric objects float in distant skies, deadpan and absurd relative to the grandeur of lofty extraterrestrial contexts. The images, some of which are visionary surrogate selfies or emojis, reflect on both issues like space exploration, climate change, and mortality, and ...

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Barbara Noah completes her Likely Stories series through a Hatchfund project

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IAS faculty member Barbara Noah successfully undertook a Hatchfund project in support of a solo exhibition of the concluding work in her Likely Stories series, which will be shown at Davidson Galleries in 2019. The series features digital images of airborne metaphoric objects that allude to aspiration and transcendence, as well as the imperilment of both terrestrial and extra-terrestrial landscapes. Many of the images express the urgency of climate change, which has sparked recent cultural consideration of the colonization of other planets. The work also poses dichotomies between a search for meaning and the urge to escape from ...

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Barbara Noah leads study abroad in Rome and is selected for an upcoming exhibit at the BAM

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IAS faculty member Barbara Noah was selected for Making Our Mark, Bellevue Arts Museum, Washington, curated by Michael W. Monroe, Director Emeritus of BAM, Curator-in-Charge of the Renwick Gallery, Smithsonian American Art Museum. The exhibition will run from November 10, 2017 to April 2018.  She also co-directed her 4th successful summer A term teaching a program she created, Interdisciplinary Studio Art & Italian Culture ...

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