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Art lecture series
Mills College
September 19, 2018–April 24, 2019

Application deadline: February 1

Mills College
5000 MacArthur Blvd.
94613 Oakland, CA

T 510 430 3309
[email protected]

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Above: Anna Betbeze. Dirty Sun, 2017. 96 x 75 inches. Wool, acid dyes, ash from burning.
Above: Anna Betbeze. Dirty Sun, 2017. 96 x 75 inches. Wool, acid dyes, ash from burning.
September 19, 2018–April 24, 2019

Application deadline: February 1

Mills College
5000 MacArthur Blvd.
94613 Oakland, CA

T 510 430 3309
[email protected]

millsmfa.blogspot.com
mcam.mills.edu
Facebook / Instagram

Mills College is pleased to announce the lineup of the 2018–19 Art lecture series! 

Organized each year in conjunction with the Studio Art MFA program and the Department of Art and Visual Culture, this lecture series allows our students and faculty to invite contemporary artists and scholars to campus in order to gain greater perspective on current ideas and practices in the contemporary art world. 

Lectures made possible with generous support from the Herringer Family Foundation, Jane Green Endowment for Studies in Art History and Criticism, and The Corenah Wright Fund for Visiting Artists.

All lectures are free and open to the public.

Speakers

Anna Betbeze
Wednesday, September 19, 2018, 7–8pm
Danforth Lecture Hall

Catherine Wagner
Wednesday, October 10, 2018, 7–8pm
Danforth Lecture Hall

Shimon Attie
Wednesday, November 7, 2018, 4:30–5:30pm
Danforth Lecture Hall

Nancy J. Troy
Wednesday, November 7, 2018, 7–8pm
Lucie Stern Hall

Luke Butler
Wednesday, February 13, 2019, 7–8pm
Danforth Lecture Hall

Lilly McElroy
Wednesday, March 13, 2019 7–8pm
Danforth Lecture Hall

Torreya Cummings
Wednesday, March 20, 2019, 7–8pm
Danforth Lecture Hall

Zulfikar Ali Bhutto
Wednesday, April 24, 2019, 7–8pm
Danforth Lecture Hall

About Mills College Studio Art MFA
Mills College’s MFA program in Studio Art provides artists with both a formal and a conceptual foundation in contemporary art. Mills’ interdisciplinary community of artists provides the perfect setting for the development of a personal practice and professional engagement in contemporary art dialogue.

In the context of a small liberal arts college, students receive individual attention from Mills’ distinguished professors and visiting artists. Admission into this two-year graduate program is competitive and designed to facilitate personal, artistic growth and meet the demanding standards of the profession.

Students are encouraged to work across disciplines, but select a focus among painting, sculpture, installation, photography, intermedia, sound, new genres, video, and electronic arts. Mills College houses excellent studios for all of these disciplines. Other resources include the Mills College Art Museum, sculpture labs, digital computer lab, video suites, and both dark room and state of the art digital printing labs.

Graduate students in studio art also enjoy spacious, private studios during the entire two years of their program. Students are required to work in these on-campus studios to facilitate interaction with fellow artists, faculty, and both visiting artists and scholars.

Substantial Graduate Fellowships in the first year and Teaching Assistantships in the second year are offered.

The MFA program culminates in a thesis exhibition of student work in the Mills College Art Museum, which draws substantial interest from the Bay Area arts community including local gallerists, curators and critics. 

Studio Art and Art History Faculty: Meryl Bailey, Sarah Miller, James Fei, Stephanie Hanor (Director, Mills College Art Museum), Yulia Pinkusevich, Chris Sollars, and Catherine Wagner.

Studio Art Adjunct Faculty: Samara Halperin, Jennifer Brandon, Chris Fraser, Glen Helfand, Sandra Ono, Will Rogan,  and Genevieve Quick.

More information: MFA program / MFA blog / Mills College Art Museum
Contact: T +1 510 430 3309 / [email protected]

About Mills College
Nestled in the foothills of Oakland, California, Mills College is a nationally renowned, independent liberal arts college offering a dynamic progressive education that fosters leadership, social responsibility, and creativity in approximately 950 undergraduate women and more than 600 graduate women and men. The College ranks as one of the Best 377 Colleges in the country and one of the greenest colleges in the nation by The Princeton Review. U.S. News & World Report ranked Mills one of the top-tier regional universities in the country and lists it among the top colleges and universities in the West in the “Great Schools, Great Prices” category. For more information, visit www.mills.edu.

September 13, 2018

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Mills College, Oakland