More than 100 Master of Fine Arts alumni were featured in January's exhibition on Lesley's Brattle Campus.
Thursday, January 24, 2013
This January, Lesley invited the public to experience the unique interpretations of more than 100 talented AIB MFA Alumni from across the United States and abroad.
“Objectified,” the theme of this Biennial Exhibition, challenged the AIB artists to explore the dynamic range of power inherent in objectifying a subject, or conversely, by focusing intently and decisively on a single object.
A planning committee of AIB MFA Alumni orchestrated this group exhibition as a celebration of the diversity and strength of the creative bonds forged in AIB’s intensive low-residency MFA in Visual Arts program.
The Art Institute of Boston at Lesley is planning to move to Porter Square in Cambridge, and this exhibit was held on Lesley’s Brattle Campus in Cambridge as a way to showcase the work of AIB graduates in the school’s future community.
“This exhibition reflects the talent and commitment of AIB MFA Alumni to their program, to artistic expression and creativity, and to their alma mater, Lesley University. AIB is celebrating its Centennial this year and we are very excited to be working with these dedicated and talented alumni on such an important project,” said Randy Stabile, Vice President for Advancement at Lesley.
For more information, contact exhibit co-chair Keith MacLelland or call 617.585.6600.
See photos of the artists with their artwork
Visit the exhibition’s Facebook page to follow the progress of the show.
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