Alum Muzi Li Rowe (MFA 2017) is showing at The Garage on The Grove in a solo exhibition entitled “Komorebi.” Rowe’s ”immersive installation weaves memory with emotion” with delicate photographs, drawings and handmade DIY projectors.
Receptions will be held April 27 from 7-10 pm and on 2nd Saturday, May 11 from 7-10 pm.
“Komorebi” runs from April 27 through May 31.
If you are in the Portland, Oregon area, alum Noah Greene (MFA 2018) will be curating a one day show entitled “Pleasures Thinning.” The show, which features fellow alum Joy Miller (MFA 2018) as well as Andy Garrison and Royce Allen Hobbs, will be held from 6-9 pm on May 11 at 2241 NE 12th Avenue.
Alum Jared Theis (MFA 2012) has been awarded a Joan Mitchell Center Artist-in-Residence. Theis will spend Fall 2019 at the New Orleans based foundation, working along side Professor Lucy Puls who also was awarded a Fall 2019 residency!
Alum Kyle Dunn’s (MFA 2012) solo exhibition “BUZZ” is on exhibit at the First Amendment Gallery in San Francisco. “BUZZ” runs from April 6-April 26. An opening reception will be held on April 6th from 7-10 pm.
First Amendment Gallery
100 Howard Street
San Francisco, CA
Art by alum Chris Daubert (MFA 1988) is currently featured in “Is the transformation complete?,” an exhibition at artspace 1616. The show runs through April 29th at the Sacramento gallery located at 1616 Del Paso Blvd.
Alum Julia Elsas (MFA 2009) will exhibit new sculptures in her new show ”SONIC MUD: Ugav nights.” Sonic Mud will be held Thursday, March 28th at 8pm at the Brooklyn Conservatory of Music. As a New Jewish Culture Fellow, sponsored by the Brooklyn Jews and the UJA-Federation of NY, Julia reimagined the mysterious biblical instrument, the Ugav, through a series of ceramic sculptures.
Alum Kristin Hough and Julian Tan (both MFA 2016) participated in the Los Angeles launch of “SPRING/BREAK Art Show” this past February 15-17. SPRING/BREAK is an art fair that utilizes underused, atypical exhibition spaces to challenge the traditional art market environment.
Alum Kevin Frances (BA 2010) has solo exhibition at Wellsley College’s Jewett Art Gallery. His exhibition “Superposition” runs until March 1. A closing reception will take place on March 1 (Friday) from 4-7 pm.
Kevin is now lowking in New York City after receiving his MFA in Printmaking at the Rhode Island School of Design (2013).
Professors Lucy Puls and Darrin Martin, along with alum Terry Berlier (MFA, 2003), will participate in the exhibition “Planned Obsolescence” at the Natalie and James Thompson Art Gallery in San Jose State University. The show runs from January 29 to February 22, 2019. An opening reception will be held on Tuesday, January 29 from 6-7:30 pm.
Hedwig Brouckaert (MFA 2005), along with Max Razdow and Emerald Rose Whipple, will be showing in the new exhibit “Orbweavers.” Curated by Kari Adelaide, “Orbweavers” will run from January 18 to March 1, 2019 in Project: ARTspace in New York City. An opening reception will be held January 18, 6-9 pm
99 Madison Avenue, 8 Floor
New York, NY 10016
The Hole is proud to present the first New York solo exhibition by Minneapolis-based artist Mathew Zefeldt (MFA 2011). Covering the walls and floor of our gallery 3 space with a giant oil on panel mural, Zefeldt will then hang eight new paintings on top of the installation. “Customizable Realities” is a completely immersive post-analog painting installation and must be experienced first-hand.
Matthew is currently a professor of painting and drawing at University of Minnesota.
Alumna Aida Lizalde is curator of a new group art exhibition “THANKYOUTHANKYOUTHANKYOU” at Sacramento’s Axis Gallery. Recently Lizalde spoke about the show on Capital Public Radio’s “Insight with Beth Ruyak.” You can here the interview here.
KC Studio recently published a write-up of alum Benjamin Rosenthal (MFA 2011), now an Associate Professor of Expanded Media at University of Kansas, Lawrence. The article explores Rosenthal’s recent video works that examine “hypothetical futures and the ever-changing course of human sexuality. Utilizing his own body, digital avatars and prison-like structures, Rosenthal explores his own desires and feelings toward these topics, not with a mind to educate or argue an ideology, but to make an honest investigation into all possibilities.”
Don’t miss your chance to view the work of Alum Bruce Nauman (MFA 1966) here on campus. Coinciding with the opening of his retrospective at The Museum of Modern Art in New York, “Bruce Nauman: Blue and Yellow Corridor” at the Jan Shrem and Maria Manetti Shrem Museum of Art features the first realization of a participatory environment Nauman conceived in 1970.