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July Issue 2010

USC in Columbia, SC, Features Works by 2010 MFA Art Students

Allison Broome -------------------------- Chris Johnson -------------- Diana Farfan

The University of South Carolina in Columbia, SC, is presenting the 2010 MFA Exhibition, featuring works by students from the Art Departments 2010 MFA program in McMaster Gallery, through Aug. 10. 2010. 

Emily Lyles ------------------------------ Laura Van Camp

Included in this exhibition are works by: Ansley Adam (Painting), Isabelle Blanpied (Printmaking), Michael Bowen (Ceramics/Sculpture), Allison Broome (Painting), Tobin Cagnoni (Sculpture), Christine Cannon (Printmaking/Sculpture), Brian Cantrell (Open Media), Dana Childs (Ceramics), Frieda Dean (Ceramics), Diana Farfan (Ceramics/Sculpture), Christopher Johnson (Printmaking), Emily Lyles (Painting), Nicolas Oleszczuk (Painting), Laurel Steckel (Painting), and Laura Vancamp (Ceramics).

Tobin Cagnoni ---------------------------------------------- Nicolas Oleszczuk

The MFA program offers six areas of specialization: Ceramics, Painting, Drawing, Photography, Printmaking and Sculpture. These studio areas are supplemented by seminars and lectures in contemporary critical theory and Art History. The program emphasizes the development of a sustained artistic practice through exploration, experimentation, and intensive studio work and study. Opportunities to investigate areas beyond one's concentration are made available.

Freida Dean

Maximum time is allowed for independent studio work, enabling students to work closely with faculty. Reviews of graduate work in the winter and spring quarters serve as a forum for critique and discussion with the studio faculty. The MFA degree normally requires three years of residency and culminates in a graduate exhibit.

For further info check our SC Institutional Gallery listings, call Mana Hewitt at 803/777-7480 or e-mail to (mana@sc.edu).

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