MFA Summer Lecture Series: Margery Amdur

CBS Auditorium

The MFA in Studio Art program presents its 19th Annual Summer Lecture Series featuring noted visiting artists, faculty and alumni June 24 - August 14. For more information, contact MFA Program Director Erin Boyle at eboyle@uarts.edu or MFA Program Coordinator Gwendolyn Kurtz at gkurtz@uarts.edu.

Originally from Pittsburgh, Margery Amdur received her BFA from Carnegie-Mellon University and her MFA from the University of Wisconsin in Madison. Since graduation, she has lived and worked throughout the U.S. Amdur has had over 50 solo and two-person exhibitions and has appeared in numerous group shows. Her international exhibitions include Turkey, Hungary and England. She has curated and organized national exhibitions "To Be Or Not To Be," "A Painters Dilemma 2009" and "Seeing Voices: The Authentic Visual Voice 2010." The recipient of more than a dozen awards and grants, Amdur has been reviewed in national and international publications including Sculpture Magazine, New American Paintings, Seams to be Constructed and New Art Examiner.

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