Fine Arts Gallery

Double Feature: Part I / 2020 MFA Thesis Exhibition
floor sculpture made of curled pink ribbon
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Double Feature: Part I / 2020 MFA Thesis Exhibition

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Double Feature: Part II / 2021 MFA Thesis Exhibition
sculpture made of found objects resembling a tapestry suspended on a metal frame
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Double Feature: Part II / 2021 MFA Thesis Exhibition

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About the Fine Arts Exhibitions

Chaired by Ken Lum, the Marilyn Jordan Taylor Presidential Professor, the two-year Master of Fine Arts program at University of Pennsylvania Stuart Weitzman School of Design is focused on the professional development of studio artists. Through studio work, seminar courses, international residency opportunities and interactions with vital working artists, the program provides an open intellectual framework to foster critical awareness and independent methods of artistic research. Students extend their conceptual strategies while inventing and then refining their own hybridized forms of art making methods. The program encourages exploration, extending studies into other disciplines within the Weitzman School and the university-at-large with a rich selection of outside electives and optional certificate and dual-degree programs.

 

 

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