|Exhibitions at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston feature internationally recognized artists and curators as well as work by our celebrated faculty, alumni and students.
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"Post-Baccalaureate Juried Exhibition"
Room A202, SMFA
Curated by faculty David Davison and Jonathan Calm. Featuring: Torey Akers, Andrea Barone, Erin Clark, Maria Damianou, Judith Dunn, Carol Gander, Kimberlie Garg, Hillary Irvine, Muge Karamanci, Eun Gyu Lee , Sable Matula, Akiko Mims, Andrew Slezak, Sarah Weintraub, Lauren Wesley, Katie Wild, Matthew Williams, Yiyun Yang.
Master of Fine Arts Thesis Exhibitions
This spring, the joint Master of Fine Arts degree program of SMFA and Tufts University celebrates the work of its graduating students with a final thesis exhibition. Through in-depth presentations of artwork developed during the two-year program, these talented MFA students explain their creative process and development through artistic representation. With a robust class of over 60 graduates, SMFA-Tufts thesis exhibitions take place throughout the spring and summer at galleries around Boston. Admission to exhibitions and related events is free and open to the public.
"Collections; Organizing and Interpreting an Environment"
April 18May 31, 2013
SMFA W. Van Allen Clark Jr. Library and
The William Morris Hunt Memorial Library
Horticultural Hall, 2nd Floor
300 Massachusetts Avenue
Boston, MA 02115
Hours: MondayFriday, 15 pm, except major holidays.
Located within sister art libraries, "Collections" is an exhibition focused on a selection of artists whose work deals with collecting as a way of interpreting culture and the environment. The work will be displayed at the William Morris Hunt Memorial Library, part of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and a branch of the MFA, the W. Van Alan Clark Jr. Library at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts. Featuring SMFA students Constance Sawyer, Yeol Jung, Katrina Majkut, Juan Travieso, Julie Weaver, Polina Isurin, Simon Remiszewski, Katie Wild, Toshiki Yashiro, Renée M. Browne, Chelsea Coon, Brianne Milder and Robin McNulty, as well as Diana Zlatanovski: Curatorial Research Associate, MFA; Joshua Reiman, SMFA faculty; Robyn Reed, Associate Dean of Admissions; Thomas Duncan, SMFA Admissions Representative; Liza Lynch; Dayna Safferstein; Elissa von Walter; Chinami Michaels and Mark Tang.
Students and Alumni at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
"Students Curate Students: Liking Is for Cowards. Go for What Hurts."
Selected from a range curatorial proposals, this year's exhibition features five students whose work explores the threats to meaningful human connections in today's social media-focused world. Bug Davidson, Jenna DeLuca, Coe Lapossy, Tim McCool, Molly Segal. Co-curated by Lapossy + Segal.
March 9August 18, 2013
Courtyard Gallery, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
"Ridley Howard: Fields and Stripes" - 2011 SMFA Traveling Fellow
May 11October 27, 2013
Gallery 265, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston