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MFA open studios 2017
Yale University School of Art
Above: Design: Nilas Andersen and Hrefna Sigurardottir.
Above: Design: Nilas Andersen and Hrefna Sigurardottir.

April 1–2, 2017, noon–6pm

Bruce Hainley screening and lecture: Saturday, April 1, 6pm

Yale School of Art 
1156 Chapel Street
New Haven, Connecticut

353 Crown Street
New Haven, Connecticut

32-36 Edgewood Avenue
New Haven, Connecticut

art.yale.edu

The Yale School of Art hosts its annual graduate open studios featuring work from the departments of Graphic Design, Painting and Printmaking, Photography, and Sculpture. Studios are open to the public and located across four buildings on Yale’s campus in downtown New Haven.

For more information visit art.yale.edu/openstudios.

Graphic Design
Nilas Andersen, Guillaume Boucher, Chase Booker, Carr Chadwick, Ingrid Chen, Seokhoon Choi, Laura Coombs, Ouliana Ermolova, Hicham Faraj, Erik Freer, Marta Galaz, Benjamin Ganz, Muxi Gao, Ayham Ghraowi, Emma Gregoline, Pianpian He, Jacob Hoving, Byungjo Kim, Willis Kingery, Zhongkai Li, Theresa Liu, Teddy Mathias, Rosa McElheny, Anastasiia Palamarchuk, Asad Pervaiz, Ana Pinto, Caroline Potter, Nate Pyper, Christopher Rypkema, Yo-E Ryou, Hrefna Siguroardottir, Soomin Shon, Youngeun Sohn, Katelyn Spinelli, Dustin Tong, Polina Vasilyeva, Franziska Virgili, Bryce Wilner, Matthew Wolff, Christine Zavesky, Ziwei Zhang, Liyan Zhao

Painting and Printmaking
Camille Altay, Tunji Adeniyi-Jones, Mohammad Al Mohsin, Felipe Baeza, Natalie Ball, Loren Britton, Ernest Bryant, Lauren Chun, Kenturah Davis, Charlotte de Larminat, Christie DeNizio, Daniel Ginsburg, Steph Gonzalez-Turner, Sarah Esme Harrison, Adam Higgins, Isaac Howell, Joseph Hoyt, Alexander Jackson, Clare Kambhu, Georgia Kennedy, Kathryn Kerr, Hasabie Kidanu, Simon Ko, Antonia Kuo, Abraham Lampert, Wesley Larios, Wyatt Lasky, Leslie Martinez, Nicholas Mayer, Alexandria Mento, Josephine Messer, Kent O’Connor, Johnathan Payne, Estefania Puerta, Iman Raad, Julia Rooney, Ilana Savdie, Gerald Sheffield, Vaughn Spann, Vincent Stracquadanio, Maya Strauss, Emma Webster, Chase Wilson

Photography
Farah Al Qasimi, Bek Andersen, Dannielle Bowman, Lance Brewer, Jennifer Calivas, Penn Chan, Jillian Freyer, Harry Griffin, Kathryn Harrison, Matthew Leifheit, Lacey Lennon, Luke Libera Moore, Walker Olesen, Evelyn Pustka, Res, Anna Shimshak, Danna Singer, Daniel Swindel, Chau Tran

Sculpture
Selva Aparicio, Sula Bermudez, Bianca Boragi, Lex Brown, Shikeith Cathey, Brian Dario, Michael Demps, Michael Eckblad, Nicholas Gaby, Branch Ashton Hudgins, YoungJoo Lee, Lucy Lindsey, Justine Melford, Ian Page, Raul Romero, Willie Stewart, Ye Wang, Erica Wessmann, Will Wheeler, John Worrell, Valentina Zamfirescu

Related events
“Body Double”: Bruce Hainley will present a lecture as part of the 2017 School of Art lecture series
April 1 at 6pm
36 Edgewood Avenue, Room 204, New Haven
Bruce Hainley is the author of Under the Sign of [sic]. A contributing editor of Artforum, he lives in Los Angeles and is the Associate Chair of Graduate Art at ArtCenter College of Design.

2017 Sculpture MFA thesis show: group two
Through April 4
Reception: Friday, March 31 at 6pm
Green Hall Gallery, 1156 Chapel Street, New Haven
Gallery and additional thesis show information
Featuring work by Michael Demps, Michael Eckblad, Ashton Hudgins, Lucy Lindsey, Erica Wessmann, and Will Wheeler

Transportation to open studiosOn Saturday, April 1 a chartered bus will run one way from Grand Central Station (89 E 42nd Street New York, NY) to the School of Art. To book a seat on the bus free of charge, please e-mail [email protected]. The bus will leave promptly at 11am.

Additionally, Metro North Railroad provides frequent train service between New York and New Haven. During the open studios there will be a shuttle bus service running every 15 minutes from New Haven’s Union Station to the Yale School of Art.

About the Yale School of Art
Yale School of Art provides students with intellectually informed, hands-on instruction in the practice of an array of visual arts media within the context of a liberal arts university. As a part of the first institution of higher learning to successfully integrate a studio-based education into such a broad pedagogical framework, the Yale School of Art has a long and distinguished history of training artists of the highest caliber. A full-time faculty of working artists in conjunction with a diverse cross-section of accomplished visiting artists collaborate to design a program and foster an environment where the unique talents and perspectives of individual students can emerge and flourish.

The school currently offers graduate degrees and undergraduate majors in the areas of graphic design, painting/printmaking, photography, and sculpture.

March 7, 2017