2015 Summer Session’s visiting artist speakers

2015 Summer Session’s visiting artist speakers

University of the Arts Philadelphia

Anthony Goicolea, Poolpushers, 2001. Chromogenic print, 71 x 100 inches.
December 2, 2014
2015 Summer Session’s visiting artist speakers

The University of the Arts
MFA in Studio Art
Philadelphia, PA


The University of the Arts’ MFA in Studio Art program announces a series of lectures by a dynamic roster of visiting artists for its 21st Summer Session in 2015.

UArts’ MFA in Studio Art is a highly selective professional graduate program that imparts a tradition of artistic and academic excellence through a distinctive pedagogical lens. This advanced focus carries the foundational and expansive concept of curator and critic as a vanguard. This approach acknowledges the internal and external associations of advanced learning through topical engagement and dialogue with leading artists, curators and critics, gathered from substantial and comprehensive arenas to serve as visiting artists, professors, speakers and mentors.

The 2015 summer lecture series assembles a prestigious roster including:

Matthew Higgs
June 22, 2015

Anthony Goicolea
June 24, 2015

Alice Gray Stites
July 1, 2015

Michelle Grabner
July 8, 2015

Jennie C. Jones
July 15, 2015

Chie Fueki
July 22, 2015

Alison Elizabeth Taylor
August 5, 2015

David Brooks
(date to be announced)

Events will be hosted at CBS Auditorium, Hamilton Hall, and Connelly Auditorium at 320 S. Broad Street; and Terra Hall at 211 S. Broad Street.

For more information, please contact program Director Cynthia Nourse Thompson at [email protected], or Administrative Assistant Rebecca Jacoby at [email protected].

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