M.F.A. in Studio Art Thesis Exhibition
The summer thesis exhibition for the M.F.A. in Studio Art (MFAST) program will feature the work of 10 graduating artists from this unique low-residency program. Designed to expand understanding of contemporary art through research-based studio practice, this interdisciplinary program consists of four intensive six-week summer residencies combined with independent work during the academic year. (Left: Katya Chilingiri, "Rêveries, passions, Largo, Poco piumosso, Allegro Agitato," ink jet print, 2010 (collaboration with composer Octavio Vazquez).
Areas of concentration include the full range of contemporary art practices. Although the program promotes interdisciplinary approaches to art production, students are encouraged to work in ways most appropriate to their individual research. The exhibition will include combinations of drawing, film, installation, painting, performance, photography, sculpture, sound and video. (Right: Julie Parroni, “Untitled,” still from film, 2011, courtesy Wisconsin State Historical Society).
Participating artists: Katya Chilingiri, Natalia González, Fritz Horstman, Cassandra Kapsos, Todd Keyser, Angela Lane, Juliana Parroni, Jassie Rios, Brooke Sturtevant-Sealover and Rebecca Zilinski
WHEN: Tuesday, June 28–Saturday, July 9; Reception: Friday, July 8,
WHERE: Fox Building: Decker and Meyerhoff galleries and Bunting Center: Pinkard Gallery, 1303-1401 W. Mount Royal Ave., Baltimore
Hours for MICA’s galleries, which are free and open to the public, are Mondays–Saturdays, 10 AM–5 PM, and Sundays, noon–5PM. They are closed on major holidays.
Second- and Third-Year MFA in Studio Art Exhibition
WHEN: Thursday, June 30–Sunday, July 10, Reception: Friday, July 1,
WHERE: Fox Building: Fox 3 Gallery, 1303 W. Mount Royal Ave., Baltimore