2012 MFA Open Studios
Experience new work and work in progress by UCSB graduate students, engage with artists on site, and explore two floors of open art studio space.
When: Friday, Nov. 9, 2012, 5 p.m.
Where: Harder Stadium, Stadium Road, UCSB Campus, CA
Cost: Not available
Age limit: Not available
Open Studios is a unique opportunity for MFA students to introduce their work to the larger community, come by to get an inside view of the exciting work being created.
Artists participating: Alexander Bogdanov, Ryan Bulis, James Cathey, Sterling Crispin, Cathy Ellis, Alison Ho, Clare Little, Tristan Newcomb, Maria Rendon, Sommer Roman, Chris Silva, and Erik Sultzer.
The MFA graduate program at UCSB is an intense two-year course of study emphasizing interdisciplinary approaches to art making. Students may choose to concentrate on work in the areas of Painting, Drawing, Photography, Print, Digital Media and Electronics, Visualization, Sculpture & New Forms, Theory & Criticism, or develop their own multi-disciplinary course of study. The program includes formal studio courses, graduate seminars in theory and criticism, studio critique, and independent study. The program focuses on the personal growth of students in their pursuit of careers as dedicated, professional artists.
Harder Stadium, Gate 5.
Event posted Oct. 16, 2012
Last updated Oct. 16, 2012