MFAST alumnus Frank P. Phillips will discuss his latest works at Honfleur Gallery in Washington, DC on February 21st at 2 p.m. In his abstract paintings, Phillips conveys the ideas of construction, mass, and volume. The display of process is … Continue reading →
Eileen Wold (MFAST ‘10) and Leah Cooper (MFAST ‘09) have started “Black Bucket Essays,” a series of online essays on art and culture by MFAST alumni. Inspired by their desire to continue conversations started during their time in the program, Wold and Cooper have invited a number of their peers to respond to a quote, video, article, exhibition, or artwork. These monthly prompts are intended to stimulate new dialogues and share ideological perspectives.
“Perceptions: Ashley Lohr,” a solo exhibition of Lohr’s paintings, will open this week and be on view until March 1, 2015 at the Anchorage Museum in Alaska. In her paintings, Lohr explores interior spaces and structures, highlighting the effects of light and color on surfaces. Each painting suggests … Continue reading →
Patti Kalil (MFAST ’15) is co-director of Pointless Theatre—recently recognized in The Washington Post for their production of Tchaikovsky’s “Sleeping Beauty.” From the article: “this…big hearted staging…both with puppets and actors, established this resourceful troupe as Washington’s most promising young company.” … Continue reading →
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 →
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 →