Alumni of the Bachelor of Fine Arts program will showcase a variety of work, March 7 to April 14
Friday, March 01, 2013
The BFA Alumni Invitational Exhibition will be held in the Main Gallery of The Art Institute of Boston at Lesley University, 700 Beacon Street, Boston, from Thursday, March 7 to Sunday, April 14.
An Opening Reception will be held Thursday, March 21, from 5 – 7 pm, during which some alumni will present brief artist talks.
The exhibition features works in all media: animation, video, painting, collage, mixed media, printmaking, photography and sculpture.
Each chair of the five departments at Lesley’s Art Institute of Boston - Animation and Motion Media, Design, Fine Arts, Illustration and Photography - selected alumni to represent the talent and achievement of their graduates from the Bachelor of Fine Arts programs.
Monday through Saturday: 9am – 6pmSunday: 12 – 5pmFor information, call 617.585.6600.An Opening Reception will be held Thursday, March 21, from 5 – 7 pm.
Animation and Motion Media:Geoff MarianMike AnnearKim HuiRob Castillo
Design:Ferris Caldwell Jon BrousseauJenna Short
Illustration:Adam O’DayDouglas SiroisMatt PattersonCynthia Von Buhler
Fine Arts:Stephanie PierceStephanie YoungLuke O'Sullivan
Photography:Paul TaggartLisa WiltseTara SelliosKelly Kleinschrodt
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