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April 11, 2019

MFA thesis exhibitions

Hunter College

Rebecca Baldwin, Loudly Crying Face Prop, 2018.

The Hunter College MFA program in Studio Art offers students the time, space, and critical framework to develop their artistic practice. Located at 205 Hudson Street in Manhattan’s Tribeca neighborhood, the affordable, three-year program provides exposure to the changing ideas and forms of contemporary art. Students have unique access to an array of opportunities in the New York art world. Our educational goal is to develop professional artists capable of sustaining their practice once they leave the structure of an academic environment.

Do You Believe in Life After Love?: Hunter MFA thesis part 1
April 11–April 27
Opening: Thursday, April 11, 6–9pm
Performances:
April 13, 6:21am: Dawn Chorus, James Chrzan
April 13, 18, April 24, 7pm, April 27, 2pm: Piece for 2, Liz Naiden / Insert[FirstName], Rachel Hillery / Txt Play, Rebecca Baldwin

Exhibiting artists: Rebecca Baldwin, Dounia Bendris, James Chrzan, Rachel Hillery, Jisoo Hur, Staver Klitgaard, Liz Naiden, Hannah Schutzengel, Stewart Stout, Tan Tian

MayDay: Hunter MFA thesis part 2
May 9–May 25
Opening: Thursday, May 9, 6–9pm
Performances and conversations: May 18, 6–9pm

Exhibiting artists: Evan Bellantone, Natalie Birinyi, Elizabeth Englander, Tim Foley, Noa Ginzburg, Freddie Greis, Jenna Gribbon, Jazmine Hayes, Talia Levitt, Ryunosuke Matsui, Valerie Skakun

Hours: daily 11am–6pm
Free and open to the public

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