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Rutgers spring 2019 exhibitions in New York
Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University


Rutgers in New York: 2019 MFA exhibition: April 27-May 18
21 Ludlow Street, New York, NY 10002
Kara Walker presents: The Colossus of Rutgers: May 11–25
Brooklyn Army Terminal, Building A, 140 58th St., Brooklyn, NY 11220

Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University
33 Livingston Ave
New Brunswick, New Jersey
United States

www.masongross.rutgers.edu
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Above: Courtesy of MMM 2019 Research Group, Department of Art & Design.
Above: Courtesy of MMM 2019 Research Group, Department of Art & Design.


Rutgers in New York: 2019 MFA exhibition: April 27-May 18
21 Ludlow Street, New York, NY 10002
Kara Walker presents: The Colossus of Rutgers: May 11–25
Brooklyn Army Terminal, Building A, 140 58th St., Brooklyn, NY 11220

Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University
33 Livingston Ave
New Brunswick, New Jersey
United States

www.masongross.rutgers.edu
Instagram

The Department of Art & Design presents two exhibitions featuring the work of graduate students and recent alumni in New York City this spring.

Rutgers in New York 2019: Like a Day
Featuring the MFA graduating class in Visual Arts
Opening: Saturday, April 27 from 6–9pm
Hours: Wednesday–Sunday 12–6pm and by appointment.

Established in 1962 as the first non-disciplinary specific fine art graduate program in the USA, Rutgers’ MFA in Visual Arts continues to promote that freedom today.

Mahsa Biglow, Mariangela Ciccarello, Karina Cunningham, Enrique Figueredo, Nick Grasso, Young Sun Han,
Iris Ward Loughran, Luis Maldonado, Josh Minkus, Jeanette Mundt, Malcolm Peacock, Henderson Peternell,
William Robinson, Valerie Suter, Hiroka Yamashita

Special performance event: Friday, May 3 from 6–9pm
featuring performances by MFA students along with special guest performance by Sur Rodney Sur and others.

Kara Walker presents: The Colossus of Rutgers
Opening: Saturday, May 11 from 5–9pm
Hours:Saturday–Sunday 11am–6pm, Friday 4–8pm, and by appointment.

As the culmination of her four-year tenure as Tepper Chair in Visual Arts at Rutgers, Kara Walker presents an exhibition of work by MFA students and recent alums who have taken part in Walker's investigation of Memory, Memorials and Monuments—a journey that has taken the research group to Atlanta, New Orleans, and sites around their home base in New Jersey.

Inquiries: Daonne Huff, Graduate Program Coordinator at [email protected]

April 25, 2019

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Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University, New Brunswick