Inarguably Uncertain MFA: Artists' Talk @ BAM/PFA
Come see the newest talents to arrive on the art-world stage in the Forty-First Annual M.F.A. exhibition. The M.F.A. exhibition at the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive offers UC Berkeley M.F.A. graduates in art practice the opportunity to present their work in the museum galleries and, in the process, gain valuable experience working in a professional museum setting.
Inarguably Uncertain marks the forty-first exhibition by UC Berkeley’s M.F.A. students. Corinna Nicole Brewer, Chun-Shan (Sandie) Yi, Narangkar Glover, Plinio Alberto Hernandez, Merav Tzur, Chris E. Vargas, and David Gregory Wallace join forces to exhibit their final projects. The aesthetic variety and interdisciplinary approaches are not surprising, given the strong alliances between Art Practice and other UC Berkeley departments, but the students continue to surprise and provoke.
Included with Museum admission
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