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April 20, 2012

Massachusetts College of Art and Design, 2012 MFA Thesis Exhibitions

Massachusetts College of Art and Design

Born of a pioneering spirit, Massachusetts College of Art and Designwas the nation’s first art school to grant a degree, proudly opening its doors in 1873 to anyone with talent and the will to succeed at a time when public access was uncommon. True to its history, MassArt continues to envision all that is possible and strives to reach it. All accepted graduate students who qualify receive financial assistance which may include teaching assistantships and scholarships.

MassArt’s GraduateProgramsoffer US News & World Report’s #1 rated MFA program in the state. Our campus in downtown Boston offers more than 1,000,000 square feet of studios, workshops and galleries in walking distance of three world-class museums. MassArt’s MFAThesisExhibitionsshowcase the innovative multidisciplinary work of our internationally diverse artists.

2012 MFA Thesis Exhibitions

621 Huntington Avenue (corner of Longwood Avenue)
Gallery Hours: Mon–Sat 12–6pm, Wed. 12–8pm.
Free and open to the public.

April 24–May 3

AdinaShiraBricklin
DanielBoardman
AmandaBrown
DanielBuckley
ShanGao
JaturontJamigranont
John Keck
AlexisKochka
SusanMetrican
Leila Namin
BenjaminSilva
MariaStangel
KevinSweet
NicoleTariverdian
JessicaVogel

May 9–18

RyanArthurs
KatelynnDeWitt
JoelFrenzer
CarlosJimenez
Matthew Kushan
Kathya Landeros
JoeReynolds
JeffreyRezende

The David and Sandra Bakalar Gallery and Stephen D. Paine Gallery showcase contemporary exhibitions by emerging and established artists. The galleries are located at 621 Huntington Avenue near the corner of Longwood Avenue, and are accessible on the green line E train to Longwood/Medical Area or the 39 bus.

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