MFA in Studio Art Program Presents 2012 Thesis Exhibit
'All At Once,' on display November 30 – December 14, to feature work by 14 grad students
November 5, 2012
Fourteen University of the Arts Studio Art graduate students will be featured in the 2012 MFA thesis exhibition "All At Once," which will run November 30 – December 14 in several UArts galleries as well as at Philadelphia gallery Crane Arts. An opening reception is set for Friday, November 30 from 6 to 9 p.m.
The artists, who hail from across the U.S., the Middle East, Asia and Africa, will show work that spans painting, sculpture, installation, interactive electronic media, video and performance.
The low-residency Studio Art MFA program at the University of the Arts is a two-and-a-half year course of study committed to training artists to the highest professional level. UArts is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design, and the program is regarded as one of the premier low-residency MFA art programs in the United States. Its alumni have successful gallery representation nationally and include visual artists/educators at every university level.
Hamilton Hall (320 S. Broad Street)
Hamilton Hall Foyer, Arronson Gallery, Sculpture Gallery and Gallery One
Featured Artists: Janine Hughes, Marcia Rae McCulley, Chaltin Pagan, martin peeves™ and Kristine Strawser
Anderson Hall (333 S. Broad Street)
Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery and Gallery 224
Featured Artists: Seth Ellison, Stacy Harrington, Gina Herrera, Harry Matti Hukkinen and Denise Philipbar
Gershman Hall (401 S. Broad Street)
Open Lens Gallery
Featured Artists: Eric Toscano and Sara Nguyen
Crane Arts (1400 N. American Street)
Featured Artists: Mohammed Kazem and Lujin Yoon