The work by 61 talented School of Visual Arts seniors is on view through May 14 at the Stone Gallery and the Commonwealth Gallery, both at 855 Commonwealth Ave., as well as in satellite shows in CFA’s fifth floor studio areas and the first floor hallway at 808 Comm Ave.
2021 MFA Painting candidates Mosheh Tucker and Bridget Bailey hailed as “art school grads to watch” by The Boston Globe
Breaking Out, the 2021 BFA Thesis, featured the work of the 2021 BFA candidates in Graphic Design, Painting, Printmaking, and Sculpture.
CFA faculty Josephine Halvorson, Marc Schepens, and Breehan James discussed their working processes in a webinar with Director Dana Clancy, including the role of deep attention and noticing in their painting practices.
MFA Painting candidates from the Class of 2021 showcase their work in an exhibition on view April 15 – April 26 in Stone Gallery.
Josephine Halvorson, Professor of Art & Chair of Graduate Studies in Painting, was named a 2021 Guggenheim Fellow in the category of Fine Arts.
The collaborative exhibition “The Printer is Broken” showcases seventeen MFA candidates’ work and explores notions of adaptability, versatility, and serendipity.
CFA’s Lucy Kim, Jessie Rubenstein, Andre De Quadros, and Michael Birenbaum Quintero are among faculty from across BU and other institutions involved in the Affiliated Faculty program of the BU Center for Antiracist Research.
The Virtual Visual Arts Summer Institute (VASI) runs from June 27 through August 6, 2021. The core of this virtual experience will be a 5-days a week drawing intensive supported by unique workshops and talks all while building a community of young artists.
On view March 26 – April 6 in Stone Gallery, “The Printer is Broken” is the thesis exhibition featuring 17 MFA Graphic Design candidates from the Class of 2021.