Brett Golliff Speaks at the FWMoA Scholastic Regional Ceremony

The Fort Wayne Museum of Art has heavily invested in the Scholastic Art and Writing Program with the hopes of making a difference in the lives of students and families within our region.  Back in 2002-2003, I heard whispers of this incredibly talented kid from Angola, Indiana and his huge collection of sneakers.  Over 10 …

Brett Golliff: From Scholastic Art Award Winner to New Balance Sneaker Designer and Corvette Collaborator

Former Fort Wayne Museum of Art Scholastic Art and Writing Award Winner and Angola High School Grad, Brett Golliff is a self-proclaimed sneaker addict.  Having grown up in the Michael Jordan era, Brett’s fondness for shoes began at an early age and continued to solidify through high school.  Before he could afford to buy Jordan …

1…2…3D Printer!

On Wednesday, October 2nd the Fort Wayne Museum of Art received a brand new 3D printer courtesy of 3D Systems! This gift came about because of our affiliation with the Alliance for Young Artists and Writers, the non-profit organization that runs the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards program.  One of the new award categories of …

Cary Shafer Creates Tilted Arch

This first interview with Cary Shafer while creating his work "Tilted Arch". Tilted Arch was commissioned by the Fort Wayne Museum of Art's and will be displayed in the Sculpture Court starting Fall of 2012. Cary Talks about his training, his career as we get a behind the scenes look at studio and his process.

Simon Donovan: Interview with a Public Artist

The Head of Simon Donovan's Diamondback Snake Bridge in Tuscon, Arizona

Interviewed by Jack Cantey Over the past twenty years, Tucson-based artist Simon Donovan has worked in a wide range of forms, including painting, sculpture, mixed media, performance, and public art. Since 1996, he has attained and created nearly twenty public art commissions in and around Tucson and Phoenix. Simon has also received several awards, most …