Rose Savage

 

Rose Savage

Rose Savage is an artist, musician, and junior at the University of Pittsburgh. Double majoring in Studio Arts and Urban Studies, Rose is interested in how public art can shape, manipulate, and affect the built environment. She is currently an undergraduate teaching assistant for the course Approaches to the Built Environment, guiding students as they work with the built environment around the University of Pittsburgh campus. Additionally, Rose is minoring in Museum Studies and is a design intern for the University Art Gallery, where she is working to develop a virtual tour of the artworks on campus. In 2011, Rose worked as a collections intern for the nonprofit Friends of Hôpital Albert Schweitzer Haiti; there she photographed and inventoried artworks, helped with the installation and handling of artwork for the annual gala, and photographed special events such as the opening of Upside Down: Haitian Art in the Aftermath of Chaos at the Andy Warhol Museum. In the Studio Arts program, Rose’s focus is on digital design, images, and videos. Rose has also worked with sculpture and printmaking. Working digitally, she attempts to balance art as a physical process with processes of new technologies through operating behind and in front of the camera. In her works, she incorporates the urban environment, music, and human communication.

 

 

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