The Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts, Bard College presents Say Ever Moves, the Class of 2020 thesis exhibition. Bringing together works by third year students in Film/Video, Music/Sound, Painting, Photography, Sculpture, and Writing.The Exhibition will be on view from July 20 through July 28 at the Bard College Exhibition Center/UBS Gallery in Red Hook, NY.
The opening reception takes place on Saturday, July 20 from 1–4 pm. Evening presentations of time-based works will be held on the Bard College campus July 22-26. All events are free and open to the public.
Gallery hours: Monday-Friday, 11am–5pm, and Saturday/Sunday, 1–5pm. For the opening, round-trip shuttle bus service will run from Rhinecliff Amtrak station. Travel information can be found here.
The 2020 MFA candidates include Luis Arnias, Jobi Bicos, Lauren Burrow, Gwenan Davies, Omari Douglin, Carolina Fandiño Salcedo, Carolyn Ferrucci, Marco Gomez, Colleen Hargarden, Evie K. Horton, Christiane Huber, Rachel James, Jamie Krasner, Nawahineokala’i Lanzilotti, Dani Leder, Isabel Mallet, Carla Jean Mayer, Lee Nachum, Brandon Ndife, Diane Severin Nguyen, Miko Revereza, Alicia Salvadeo, Robert Sandler, Josephine Shokrian, Jaxyn Randall, Estelle Srivijittakar, Jordan Strafer, Daniel Sullivan, Christopher Van Ginhoven Rey, Jessica Wilson, and Alex Zandi.
Exhibition coordinated by Marisa Espe, MA ’20, Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College.
Founded in 1981, Bard’s low-residency MFA brings together students and faculty in six disciplines for a unique interdisciplinary program. Students are immersed in a diverse community of artists for three 8-week summer sessions interspersed with winter independent study.
For more information, visit www.bard.edu/mfa.
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