MFA in Studio Art Thesis Exhibition

Anderson, Hamilton & Gershman Hall Galleries

The University of the Arts is proud to present the 2013 MFA in Studio Art Thesis Exhibition. Please join our 11 Studio Art graduate students as they celebrate the opening of their MFA thesis exhibition on Friday, December 6 from 6 to 9 p.m. Artists of the 2013 show hail from an eclectic array of backgrounds, ranging from a bond trader to a mechanic to a priest. The show includes work that spans painting, sculpture and installation.

Anderson Hall, 333 S. Broad Street
Gallery 224
Catherine Barbieri
Jeremy Siedt

Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery
Tamar Aldrich
Marc Boyson
Todd Molinari
Jaclyn Seufert

Hamilton Hall, 320 S. Broad Street
Arronson Gallery
David Butler

Hamilton Gallery
Andrew Zahn
Ziyou Zhu

Gershman Hall, 401 S. Broad Street
Open Lens Gallery
Beth Scher
Keith Grabowsky

The low-residency MFA in Studio Art program at the University of the Arts is a two-and-a-half year course of study committed to training artists to sharpen their skills and ideas while preparing them for real-world experience in a creative discipline. Our MFA in Studio Art program has a multidisciplinary orientation that encourages the crossing and exploring of different mediums. UArts is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design and is regarded as one of the premier low-residency MFA art programs in the United States. The MFA program celebrates a vibrant history that includes alumni with successful gallery representation nationally and visual artist educators at every university level.

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