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April 1, 2015

2015 MFA thesis exhibitions

USC Roski School of Art and Design
2015 MFA Open Studios. Installation view. Image courtesy of USC
Roski School of Art and Design. Photo: Josh Ramirez.

The USC Roski MFA thesis exhibitions take the form of consecutive solo presentations in the MFA gallery throughout the spring semester. Each exhibition will be on view for one week. Individual artist receptions take place on Friday evenings as noted.

Fleurette West
March 23–March 28
Reception: Friday, March 27, 6–9pm

Sofía Londoño
March 30–April 4
Reception: Friday, April 3, 6–9pm

Orr Herz
April 6–April 11
Reception: Friday, April 10, 6–9pm

Lena Daly
April 13–April 18
Reception: Friday, April 17, 6–9pm

Jacinto Astiazarán
April 20–April 28
Reception: Friday, April 24, 6–9pm

Alli Miller
April 27–May 2
Reception: Friday, May 1, 6–9pm

Veli-Matti Hoikka 
May 4–May 9
Reception: Friday, May 8, 6–9pm

Alana Riley 
May 11–May 16
Reception: Friday, May 15, 6–9pm

Exhibitions and receptions are held in the Graduate Fine Arts building. Parking is available along Figueroa and Flower Streets around 30th Street.

 

Program information
The Master of Fine Arts Program is a two-year, full-time, studio-based program located in the center of Los Angeles. With a select cohort enrolled each year, the program provides a unique experience that focuses on interdisciplinary and wide-ranging experimental, creative, and intellectual exploration. Students work closely with USC Roski’s internationally acclaimed faculty, as well as an expanded community of leading professional artists, critics, and curators who participate in the weekly Visiting Artist and Scholar Seminar and the Resident Artists and Scholars Program. For questions about the program, please contact [email protected].

 

2015 MFA thesis exhibitions at USC Roski

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