Work by Professor of Art Ted Aub is being featured at the 4th Rochester Biennial at the Memorial Art Gallery (MAG), starting Sunday, July 25. Aub is an award-winning sculptor and professor at the Colleges. The invitational exhibition features “yoU woulD crY toO” by Aub, as well as recent works by six other regional artists.
Aub will be the featured speaker at the “Art at 11” lecture on Sept. 16, at 11 a.m. in the MAG’s auditorium. The exhibit runs through Sunday, Sept. 26.
He was interviewed recently on the national radio program, “Out of Bounds,” where host Tish Pearlman spoke with Aub about his career as an award-winning sculptor and professor of art at HWS. The full interview can be heard online.
Aub has been a member of the art department at HWS since 1981. He attended Brooklyn Museum Art School as a Max Beckmann Scholar. He holds a MFA degree in sculpture from Brooklyn College and a BFA degree in painting from Washington University, St. Louis, Mo.
Among Aub’s public commissioned work are two sculptures at the Colleges (William Smith and Elizabeth Blackwell); four outdoor sculptures located in Merrick Park, Coral Gables, Fla.; and “When Anthony met Stanton,” which portrays Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Susan B. Anthony, and Amelia Bloomer and was commissioned by Governor George Pataki as a tribute to the women’s suffrage movement. It is set along Van Cleef Lake in Seneca Falls.