Successful MFA in Studio Art alumni are spread far and wide, and include Liberal Arts Adjunct Assistant Professor and Academic Advisor Michele C. Kishita BFA '97 (Painting), MFA '10 (Painting); Vermont Studio Center artist-in-residence Nancy Gail Ring MFA '10 (Studio Art); 2013 Hunting Art Prize winner Marshall Harris MFA '10 (Studio Art); and acclaimed Emerati artist Mohammed Kazem MFA '12 (Studio Art), whose work (pictured below) was selected to be exhibited in the 2013 Venice Biennale as the sole representative of the United Arab Emirates.



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Work by our graduates has been exhibited at and is in the collections of the College of Eastern Utah, Syracuse University, the Children's Museum (New Hope, Pa.), In Liquid, Napoleon Gallery, Bridgette Mayer Gallery, Tiger Strikes Asteroid, Pentimenti Gallery and the Abington Art Center, among others.

In addition to operating their own independent studios and businesses, graduates of the MFA in Studio Art program also find success at a broad range of organizations and institutions, including: