Current MFAST student Caryn Martin will show acrylic paintings from 2012-2014 in her solo exhibition, “Things Left Unsaid,” at Creative Alliance’s Amalie Rothschild gallery in Baltimore. In this body of work, the artist explores emotionally charged actions through the interaction … Continue reading
Please click here to read Jack Livingston’s review of “3 Strategies for Surprise,” featuring the work of MFAST faculty member Renee van der Stelt.
This past summer, MFAST alumnus Mike Iacovone (MFAST ’09) participated in The Arctic Circle, an expeditionary residency program that brings together international artists of all disciplines as well as scientists, architects, and educators. In this annual residency, participants explore remote … Continue reading
Emily Harris (MFAST ’13) is showing her work in “Resonant Traces,” on view through November 26th at Union Street Studio in Brooklyn, New York. In this collaborative project, Emily Harris and Jonathan Zorn examine the sonic characteristics of their multi-use … Continue reading
MFAST alumna Erin Barach will show her work alongside 7 other artists at RePop Gallery in New York this week. “Artifact,” curated by Studio 200, will open Friday, October 10th from 6:00-9:00 p.m. This exhibition will consider interpersonal relationships with … Continue reading
Alongside Lyle Kissack and Gerald Ross, MFAST faculty member Renee van der Stelt is included in a three-person exhibition, “3 Strategies for Surprise,” opening this week at the Creative Alliance in Baltimore. The work of these three artists spans a wide spectrum of contemporary art … Continue reading
Formwork for the Gowanus Canal, a new piece by MFAST alumnus Fritz Horstman, will be featured in a two-person show at Art Lot in Brooklyn, New York. His sculpture will be shown alongside the work of Abraham McNally. Fritz Horstman is a multi-media … Continue reading