On July 16, *We Interrupt This Program… goes live on the School of Visual Arts’s website, with an opening reception taking place on July 18.
Experience a range of fine art and design work by recently graduated seniors in a digital publication.
Graduate student work across 16 disciplines is featured in a digital publication produced by Rhode Island School of Design.
A multidisciplinary showcase of work from 30 arts and humanities students can be viewed at the museum’s website from May 28 through June 14.
The exhibition goes live June 1, while artist talks and a digital walkthrough will take place via Zoom on June 4 at 6:30pm (EDT).
Logics of Non-Exchange, curated by Stamatina Gregory, is temporarily postponed, but the art featured can be viewed at Parsons’ 2020 MFA Fine Arts Thesis website.
The exhibition showcases the work of 10 MassArt MFA candidates and is on view from May 19 to June 18 via Kunstmatrix.
The State University of New York at New Paltz’s 2020 online MFA show explores the possibilities of other worlds.
Tideland features Elizabeth Ellenwood, Chad Uehlein, Shadia Heenan Nilforoush, and Olivia Baldwin. Their work can be viewed online through July 19.
MICA may not be open physically, but online it can be accessed everywhere.
Work by Sally Clegg, Kim Karlsrud, Erin McKenna, and Abhishek Narula will be on view at the Stamps Gallery at the University of Michigan, March 13–May 2.
Student work will be on view at Tyler on Temple University’s Main Campus in Philadelphia from February 5 through April 11. The series of exhibitions will “push the boundaries of both technical and conceptual practice.”