Hunter College MFA Open Studios

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Hunter College MFA Open Studios

450 West 41st Street
New York, NY 10036
November 20th, 2009 - November 21st, 2009
Opening: November 20th, 2009 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM

hell's kitchen
(212) 772-4991
Tuesday – Saturday, 1 – 6 pm
mixed-media, photography, digital, installation, video-art, performance, conceptual, pop, sculpture


The Department of Art at Hunter College Presents


Friday November 20th 6-10pm
Saturday November 21st 2-6pm

450 West 41st Street, between 9th and 10th Ave

Hunter College will open its MFA studios to the public on Friday November 20th from 6-10pm and on Saturday November 21st from 2-6pm.   There will be a silent auction of student work Friday evening from 6-9pm on the second floor of the MFA building.

The MFA program at Hunter College is designed to offer broad training for artists in the development of critical and analytical visual thinking as it relates to their work. In this programmatic context all students are encouraged to develop their own art through constant peer contact in the studios, individual work with faculty tutors, critical seminars focusing on student work, and classes in the theory, criticism and history of art. In addition, many artists, curators, critics and historians are invited to meet with students.

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About Hunter College Department of Art:

The Art Department at Hunter College offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in studio art and art history. Hunter's location in the center of New York City offers students and faculty many sources of intellectual, cultural, and creative activity. Our students have unparalleled access to world-class museums and galleries, and to the changing ideas and forms of contemporary art. We believe this is crucial to the achievement of our educational goal of developing professional artists, historians, and curators capable of continued growth once they leave school.  The Hunter College Department of Art is proud of the achievements of its Alumni, who are some of the world's leading artists, curators, historians, and art professionals.  Notable alumni of the MFA program include Jules DeBalincourt, Omar Fast, Wade Guyton and Paul Pfeiffer.