Photographic Art Thesis Exhibition 2015

Nyssa Zinn installs her collage panoramic piece for the Masters of Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition at the Fine Arts Gallery on campus, Friday, April 12, 2013. Photo by Gabriella Gamboa / Xpress

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The wall of plate glass windows at the beckons passersby with a glimpse at this year’s College of Fine Arts , one of three components of the School of Visual Arts MFA Thesis Exhibition. What you discover upon entering is an astonishing virtuosity and command of materials.

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The Masters of Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition opens Saturday April 27 at 1 to 3 p.m. in the Fine Arts Gallery and is open until Saturday May 25.

School of Visual Arts (SVA) presents the “MFA Computer Art Thesis Exhibition 2008,” bringing together selected thesis projects from MFA Computer Art Department students. Curated by faculty member Russet Lederman, the exhibition will be on view from May 27 through June 7 at the Visual Arts Gallery in Chelsea.

In Medias Res, the 2014 University of Oregon Master of Fine Arts thesis exhibition, presents the new work of five artists. The title of the exhibition, In Medias Res, is from Latin and is translated as “in the midst of things.” In storytelling, it refers to the technique of starting a narrative in the middle, rather than from the beginning. The exhibition encompasses a broad range of practices and ideas, and for the artists, it represents both the culmination of their studies and the launch of their professional careers."The Cyclorama Show: Master of Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition, SMFA, Boston"The Cyclorama at the Boston Center for the Arts, 539 Tremont St, Boston, MA 02116May 13-18, 2014Reception: May 17, 7:30 pmChristian Meade is an interdisciplinary artist practicing in photography, drawing, and mixed media sculpture. He received his Bachelor of Arts in Art and Art History with departmental Honors from Dickinson College, in 2008, and has worked as an art handler, antique gallery attendant, and artist assistant. He resides in Brookline, MA with his cat and multitudes of found objects. Working mainly with found objects, Meade investigates the themes of exploration, whimsy, and object and viewer interaction. Image: Christian Meade, A Chair for Bucky, 2013. Augmented chair.