The 2021 Open Studios digital platform will come online at 12am (EDT) on Saturday, April 10, with work presented online from the departments of Graphic Design, Painting and Printmaking, Photography, and Sculpture. This event is conceptualized, alongside a special series of virtual programming, in an effort to realize an authentic digital representation of what is traditionally an intimate experience with each MFA students’ work and practice.
Across the two days of Open Studios, members of the public can connect directly to artists and their studio spaces, and attend a special series of student-organized virtual programs.
For the developing schedule of events as it becomes available, subscribe to the School of Art’s public events calendar.
To access the 2021 Open Studios platform when it comes online, visit this year’s website at openstudios2021.yaleschoolofart.org.
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