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March 9, 2018

2018 MFA thesis exhibitions

School of Art & Art History at University of Illinois Chicago

Left to right: Shir Ende, Nick Van Zanten, Jennifer Webster.

The School of Art & Art History at the University of Illinois at Chicago is excited to announce our 2018 MFA thesis exhibitions.

Each spring UIC's School of Art & Art History supports the presentation of MFA thesis work that explores the social, conceptual, and aesthetic possibilities of art practice in this interdisciplinary program. The University of Illinois at Chicago's MFA program in Studio Arts, Photography, Moving Image, and New Media Arts presents two thesis exhibitions at Gallery 400.

Ain't Easy to Love and Harder to Hold features works that consider relationships to the body, queer narratives, and sculptural space by artists Shir Ende, Betsy Johnson, Marlo Koch, Caitlin Ryan, and Nick Van Zanten.

Ain't Easy to Love and Harder to Hold
March 16-March 24, 2018
Shir Ende, Betsy Johnson, Marlo Koch, Caitlin Ryan, Nick Van Zanten
Reception and artist talks: March 16, 5–8pm

As We Recompose includes works concerned with naming and identities, disruption, and actions for healing by artists Daniel Haddad Troconis, Sarah O'Neil, Jennifer Webster, and Emme Williamson.

As We Recompose
April 6-April 14, 2018
Daniel Haddad Troconis, Sarah O'Neil, Jennifer Webster, and Emme Williamson
Reception and artist talks: April 6, 5–8pm

UIC MFA 2018: Works for the Screen
March 19, 7pm
Nightingale Cinema
1084 N. Milwaukee Ave.

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