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May 16, 2017

SMFA at Tufts MFA thesis exhibition:
The Cyclorama Show

School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts University

Shannon VanGyzen, Hang in There, 2017. Furniture, Wallpaper, velvet, reclaimed decorative domestic materials, paint (studio installation), approximately 10 x 10 x 10 feet.

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The School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts University is celebrating graduating master of fine arts students with a Master’s Thesis Exhibition at the Cyclorama in Boston. Graduating master's candidates will present their work from May 18 to 21.

Boston's historic Cyclorama at Boston Center for the Arts at 539 Tremont Street will house the works of this year's class of 37 students, working across a variety of media. This work is the capstone of their two years of working closely with SMFA at Tufts' faculty to develop their vision and shape the future of their careers as working artists. The opening reception celebrating the master's thesis candidates and their work will be held at the Cyclorama on Friday, May 19, from 7:30–10pm.

The Cyclorama Show features the work of:
Riley Allen, Hannah Bates, Isabel Beavers, Douglas Breault, Shaohua Chi, Bailey Danahy, Ea Domke, Mea Duke, Allison Gray, Penghuan Guo, Laura Hansen, Sarah Jenkins, Thomas Jennings, Jeeyon Jun, Yoojung Jung, Robin Levine, Taikyu Lim, Anagabriele Loor, Martina Lundstrom, Dustin Markel, Harsha Menon, Devki Modi, Nedaa Mulla, Johana Ortiz, Thomas Radovich, Laine Rettmer, Shweta Sengupta, Tonya Shanholtz, Andrew Shirley, Phoebe Stone, Jennifer Taylor, MiSeon Um, William Van Beckum, Shannon VanGyzen, Mengran Wang, Lennon Wolcott, and Graham Yeager

Visit SMFA’s website for images and information about the artists.

About the School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts University
The School of the Museum of Fine Arts was established in 1876 as part of the Museum of Fine Art’s mission to educate through the arts. After a more than 70-year relationship with Tufts University, it officially became part of Tufts' School of Arts and Sciences in July 2016. The SMFA at Tufts is extraordinary in being affiliated with a world class museum and part of a major research university. The education here is challenging, but one our students find profoundly rewarding. Our program is interdisciplinary and self-directed, embracing a wide range of media. We stress the development of individual vision and we value knowledge that is gained by deep thinking and doing.

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