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Massachusetts College of Art and Design

Exhibition Detail
2012 MFA Thesis Exhibitions
621 Huntington Avenue
Boston, MA 02115


April 24th, 2012 - May 18th, 2012
 
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Born of a pioneering spirit, Massachusetts College of Art and Design was the nation’s first art school to grant a degree, proudly opening its doors in 1873 to anyone with talent and the will to succeed at a time when public access was uncommon. True to its history, MassArt continues to envision all that is possible and strives to reach it. All accepted graduate students who qualify receive financial assistance which may include teaching assistantships and scholarships.

MassArt's Graduate Programs offer US News & World Report’s #1 rated MFA program in the state. Our campus in downtown Boston offers more than 1,000,000 square feet of studios, workshops and galleries in walking distance of three world-class museums. MassArt’s MFA Thesis Exhibitions showcase the innovative multidisciplinary work of our internationally diverse artists.

Thesis I

April 24 – May 3

BAKALAR GALLERY

Daniel Boardman

Amanda Brown

Daniel Buckley 

Shan Gao

Jaturont "Kid" Jamigranont

John Keck

Maria Stangel

Kevin Sweet

Nicole Tariverdian

 

PAINE GALLERY

Adina Shira Bricklin

Alexis Kochka

Susan Metrican

Leila Namin

Benjamin Nathan Faiman Silva

Jessica Vogel

 

Thesis II

May 9 – 18

BAKALAR GALLERY

Joel Frenzer

Matt Kushan

Jeffrey Rezende

Katelynn De Witt

Ryan Arthurs

Kathya Landeros

Joe Reynolds


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