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Exhibition

2021 MFA Thesis Exhibition

MCAD MFA
Exhibition:
Saturday, April 24Sunday, May 16
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2:00-6:00 p.m.

The Master of Fine Arts 2021 graduates at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design invite you to our Thesis Exhibition. This is the culminating exhibition by our 2021 thesis candidates who have spent the past year on their research, making work and developing each of their unique ideas into a final gallery show.

2021 MFA Thesis Exhibition

MCAD MFA
Exhibition:
Saturday, April 24Sunday, May 16
Add to Calendar

2:00-6:00 p.m.

The Master of Fine Arts 2021 graduates at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design invite you to our Thesis Exhibition. This is the culminating exhibition by our 2021 thesis candidates who have spent the past year on their research, making work and developing each of their unique ideas into a final gallery show.

2021 MFA Thesis Exhibition

MCAD MFA
Exhibition:
Saturday, April 24Sunday, May 16
Add to Calendar

2:00-6:00 p.m.

The Master of Fine Arts 2021 graduates at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design invite you to our Thesis Exhibition. This is the culminating exhibition by our 2021 thesis candidates who have spent the past year on their research, making work and developing each of their unique ideas into a final gallery show.

re: re/work

An exhibition of altered books
Exhibition:
Friday, April 16Friday, April 30

MCAD’s spring ‘21 artists' books class presents re: re/workan exhibition of altered books (previously published books, re-worked) on display in the printshop mini-lab, room 420, April 16-30.

re: re/work

An exhibition of altered books
Exhibition:
Friday, April 16Friday, April 30

MCAD’s spring ‘21 artists' books class presents re: re/workan exhibition of altered books (previously published books, re-worked) on display in the printshop mini-lab, room 420, April 16-30.

re: re/work

An exhibition of altered books
Exhibition:
Friday, April 16Friday, April 30

MCAD’s spring ‘21 artists' books class presents re: re/workan exhibition of altered books (previously published books, re-worked) on display in the printshop mini-lab, room 420, April 16-30.

Care

An exhibition by Jordyn Brennan
Exhibition:
Saturday, April 17Wednesday, May 12

Care features women in their everyday work attire as a vehicle to discuss the importance of the mental health of individuals in a community.  Similarly to when you are walking down the street, when looking at these paintings you see only the occupations, the outer shell of an individual.  What you don’t see is who they truly are at their core, what they go through everyday before they walk outside their door, the burdens they face, and the other lives they must provide and care for. The pandemic has shed a light on how fragile life is.

Care

An exhibition by Jordyn Brennan
Exhibition:
Saturday, April 17Wednesday, May 12

Care features women in their everyday work attire as a vehicle to discuss the importance of the mental health of individuals in a community.  Similarly to when you are walking down the street, when looking at these paintings you see only the occupations, the outer shell of an individual.  What you don’t see is who they truly are at their core, what they go through everyday before they walk outside their door, the burdens they face, and the other lives they must provide and care for. The pandemic has shed a light on how fragile life is.

Care

An exhibition by Jordyn Brennan
Exhibition:
Saturday, April 17Wednesday, May 12

Care features women in their everyday work attire as a vehicle to discuss the importance of the mental health of individuals in a community.  Similarly to when you are walking down the street, when looking at these paintings you see only the occupations, the outer shell of an individual.  What you don’t see is who they truly are at their core, what they go through everyday before they walk outside their door, the burdens they face, and the other lives they must provide and care for. The pandemic has shed a light on how fragile life is.

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