Imaginary Moments, an Ortega y Gasset Projects exhibition curated by Fritz Horstman (MFAST ’11), brings together four artists whose paintings, sculptures, and photographs explore an urge to create imaginary monuments, or document real ones. The desire to capture monuments stems in part from the artists’ … Continue reading →
“Context Contingent,” a group exhibition of works by recent MFAST alumni, was recently reviewed in The Buffalo News and Step Out Buffalo. From The Buffalo News: “Working in a loose thematic framework, the artists present views of human interactions, big and … Continue reading →
“Context Contingent,” a group exhibition at 464 Gallery in Buffalo, NY, was organized jointly by the six graduates of the MFAST Class of 2014 (Erin Barach, Laura Borneman, Ashley Lathe, Joy Moore, Nikki Moser and Miguel Navarro) and their faculty mentor Nicole Herbert (adjunct faculty and MFAST alumna- Class of … Continue reading →
As part of the Baltimore Museum of Art’s Big Table Connections programming, MFAST alumna Eileen Wold, along with artist Hugh Pocock, will explore the intersection of human needs and ecology in Rirkrit Tiravanija’s piece Untitled (bicycle shower). The talk will … Continue reading →
Reify/Deify, a solo exhibition of works by Davin Watne, consists of an amalgamation of sculpture, installation, drawing and collage that seeks to maintain a relationship to veneration and ritual. Watne’s interests lie in the relations between various mythologies, the unhinging … Continue reading →
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.