School of ART+DESIGN
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Located within the School of Art+Design, the Richard & Dolly Maass Gallery presents exhibitions that provide professional context for students and interact with their daily classroom experience. The gallery’s program focuses on emerging artists, A+D alumni, current faculty, and student work. This series includes yearly MFA and BFA student group exhibitions. In conjunction with the Neuberger Museum, the School also connects artists whose work is featured in an exhibition at the Museum with students, often times as a project space. Through this connection, students have the unique opportunity to work with a practicing exhibiting artist that isn’t a member of the School’s faculty.
The School of Art+Design, part of the School of the Arts at Purchase College, SUNY, offers premiere programs that prepare students for careers in the visual arts and design, as well as lives informed by aesthetic experience. The school honors tradition, encourages experimentation & collaboration, develops critical thinking, and embraces new concepts, materials, and technologies. A faculty of working artists is committed to creating a supportive climate in which students are passionate about learning to see, to think, to make, and to reflect. Our graduates are leaders in cultural production throughout the world.
The MFA Program at the School of Art+Design is a 2 year interdisciplinary graduate program in Visual Arts. The small and highly selective program fosters the artistic, intellectual and professional growth of each student through exposure to a variety of viewpoints represented by faculty, visiting artists and critics, and through independent studio work and academic studies. Essential to the program is the individual studio practice of each student. Through the use of a semi-private studio, along with tremendous facilities, each graduate is expected to produce a body of work during their 2 years in residence.
WHAT NOW / NOW WHAT, 2016
Site-specific wall painting, Latex paint on opposite walls, 12 x 11ft each
For the exhibition: This Strange Game, Landmark Arts Building, New York, NY