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NYU Steinhardt’s Department of Art and Art Professions and 80WSE Gallery invite you to the 2019 MFA Thesis Exhibitions in New York’s Greenwich Village. The work presented is the culmination of intensive research and production by our second-year MFA degree candidates.
Opening Wednesday, April 3, 5–8 pm
On view from Wednesday, April 3 to Saturday, April 20
Participating artists include Jessica Sinks, Julie Yeo, Vincent CY Chen, Blaine Spesak, and Thomas Ray Willis.
Opening Wednesday, May 1, 5–8 pm
On view from Wednesday, May 1 to Wednesday, May 22
Participating artists include Dylan Cameron, Ned Shalanski, Virginia Yearick, Thomas Tomczak, and Oakley Tapola.
The interdisciplinary MFA in Studio Art brings together an exceptional group of emerging artists committed to developing their work within a community of faculty, visiting artists, art professionals, and peers. 80WSE Gallery, an extension of the Department of Art and Art Professions, presents contemporary and historical exhibitions, by noted artists and curators, produced in collaboration with faculty and students.
The NYU Steinhardt MFA Thesis Exhibition is on view at 80WSE Gallery (80 Washington Square East) in New York, Tuesday to Saturday, 12 to 6 pm.
For more information, visit steinhardt.nyu.edu/mfa-thesis-shows-2019.
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