Mason Gross MFA Thesis Season 2016

Mason Gross MFA Thesis Season 2016

Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University

Jason Baerg. “ᐅᐢᑳᔨ ᐊᐢᑮᕀ,” 2016. Installation view from the exhibition “If They Arrive at Sunrise.”

January 22, 2016
Mason Gross MFA Thesis Season 2016
January 22–March 10, 2016
Masonx Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University
33 Livingston Ave
New Brunswick, New Jersey 08901
United States

MFA Thesis exhibitions are presented each spring in Mason Gross Galleries, the school’s 4,000-square-foot gallery space dedicated to showcasing student work. Following Thesis is an annual culminating group exhibition, “Rutgers in NY,” featured this year at the Invisible Dog in Brooklyn.

The Mason Gross School’s MFA program was established in 1960 as the first non-disciplinary-specific fine art graduate program in the United States. This intimate community of artists within Rutgers University has a history of being a vibrant locus for interdisciplinary inquiry and critical reflection. Notable MFA alumni include Alice Aycock, Cheryl Dunye, Amy Feldman, Raque Ford, Matthew Day Jackson, Paddy Johnson, Jennie C. Jones, Israel Lund, Jeanine Oleson, Cliff Owens, William Pope.L, Charles Ray, Lucas Samaras, Juan Sánchez, George Segal, Mimi Smith, Joan Snyder, Keith Sonnier, Jackie Winsor, and Wendy White.

Participating Artists

Jason Baerg
Jaewon Choi
Robert Dallas
Brian Edgerton
Ashley Epps
Spencer Erickson
Maximilliano Ferro
Basia Goszczynska
Evan Halter
Grace Jackson
Bomi Bea Kim
Rachel MacFarlane
Burleigh Morton
Andrew Schwartz
Mitch Speed
Aaron Turner
Anna-Sophia Vukovich
Sena Wataya
Ella Wearing
Jane Westrick

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