Ashley Lohr (MFAST ’15) in a solo show at Anchorage Museum

“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 more than one space inhabiting the frame, an intentional disruption that leaves the viewer finding something unexpected in her crops, skews and stretched perspectives.

Based in Petersburg, Alaska, Ashley Lohr is originally from Southern New Jersey and studied painting and drawing in Albany, New York before moving to Alaska. Lohr will be completing her MFA degree in the summer of 2015.

For more information, visit: www.anchoragemuseum.org

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Pointless Theatre listed in The Washington Post’s “Best Theater of 2014”

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.”

Click here for the full article.

For more information on the theater: www.pointlesstheatre.com