Exhibition is at Magnan Metz Gallery, New York, from June 10-17; opening reception on June 9 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
The College of the Arts and Department of Art and Design are proud to present the MFA in Studio Arts 2016 Thesis Exhibition, a culminating exhibition featuring works produced by students graduating from the Master of Fine Arts (MFA) in Studio Arts program, off campus at the Magnan Metz Gallery, 521 West 26th Street, New York NY, from June 10-17.
An Opening Reception will take place on June 9, from 6-8 p.m.
The exhibition is curated by Eleanor Heartney, the MFA program's 2015-'16 visiting critic, and features the following artists:
About the MFA in Studio Art Program
The Montclair State University MFA in Studio Art is a rigorous two-year interdisciplinary program designed to offer artists a critical, conceptual and intellectual framework to experiment and develop their practice. Offering a wide array of comprehensive and individualized training in art theory, history, criticism and practice, the program provides students with vital skills to pursue their artistic vision and work across a diversity of mediums. Throughout the program, students are immersed in a dynamic environment of creative dialogue with leading faculty and one-on-one mentoring with visiting artists and critics.
Over the years, the program has invited an exceptional group of artists, curators and visiting critics, such as Davis, to the program to engage with students in in-depth capacities. Other notables have included Eleanor Heartney, Matthew Nichols, Roberta Smith, James Rosenquist, Philip Pearlstein, William Wegman, Shirin Neshat and Dana Schutz. Further information about the MFA program may be obtained by contacting program assistant Louise Davies, or its co-coordinators Dr. Andrew Atkinson and Julie Heffernan, or by calling (973) 655-4074.