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MFA Interdisciplinary Arts program hosts Anther Kiley
Sierra Nevada College (SNC)
Above: Anther Kiley, Cardkits prototype. Photo: Anther Kiley.
Above: Anther Kiley, Cardkits prototype. Photo: Anther Kiley.

October 13–November 11, 2016

Opening: Thursday, October 13, 5–7pm
Artist talk: 5:30pm

Sierra Nevada College
Garage Door Gallery
Holman Arts & Media Center (HAMC)
1008 Tahoe Blvd
Incline Village, NV 89451

www.sierranevada.edu

Small Worlds is an exhibition of paper miniatures by graphic designer and artist Anther Kiley. The exhibition traces the evolution of these miniatures from eccentric childhood pursuit to commercial product-in-development, and presents miniature cityscapes, plans, source images, and other artifacts, past and current.

Anther Kiley is an LA-based graphic designer and artist, and co-director of the Graphic Design program at California Institute of the Arts. He has a BA in history from Princeton University (2006) and an MFA in graphic design from the Rhode Island School of Design (2013). He is co-founder and one half of the Service Bureau, an interdisciplinary design studio that works across print and web design, exhibition design, and typeface design. He also maintains an artistic practice, exploring aesthetics and mythologies of function, production, and the design process, and pursues various entrepreneurial projects.

SNC MFA Interdisciplinary Arts program
2017 winter residency: January 4–13
Priority deadline approaching for MFA-IA: October 24

See website for details: site.sierranevada.edu
Questions? Contact Julia Schwadron: [email protected]

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SNC’s MFA-IA winter priority deadline is quickly approaching. The fourth residency of our new, low-residency MFA program in Interdisciplinary Arts at Sierra Nevada College will take place from January 4 through 13, 2017. With open enrollment already begun, we are excited to invite prospective students to join our growing community of artists and thinkers. With rolling admissions, students will complete their MFA in five consecutive residencies regardless of the semester in which they enter.

The low-residency MFA-IA consists of two intensive 10-day on-campus residencies during summer and winter sessions over the course of 2.5 years. During the fall and spring semesters, students will work in their home studios and continue relationships with faculty mentors and fellow colleagues remotely through online seminars and other points of contact.

With current students participating from a variety of locales, media, and discourses, a vital and compelling cross-disciplinary community is forming and growing. Faculty for the MFA-IA program will continue to include a rotating list of prestigious Visiting Artist Faculty, made up of working artists and teachers from across the country as well as current members of the SNC-Fine Arts Faculty. Recent Visiting Faculty members include: Matt Freedman, Ayanah Moor, Roman DeSalvo, Sameer Farooq, Peter Rostovsky, and Rob Reynolds.

For more information about the program, please see: sierranevada.edu/mfaia.

 

Sierra Nevada College's MFA Interdisciplinary Arts program hosts Anther Kiley

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