Saturday | May 10 | 6 to 9pm
The new OSU Urban Arts Space in the historic Lazarus building in downtown Columbus is the site of this spring's art exhibition featuring work by 30 MFA (master's of fine arts) students in the Department of Art. It marks the first time all graduating MFA students will exhibit their thesis work together in this major group show.
"Not only does this exhibition mark the conclusion of these students' studies, but it is also serves as introduction to 30 young professional artists," says Sergio Soave, chair of the Department of Art. "It is exciting for them because it celebrates their emergence into the city's art community."
The Master's of Fine Arts: Thesis Exhibition includes research and studio work in the areas of art + technology, ceramics, glass, painting + drawing, photography, printmaking and sculpture.
Co-sponsored by the Department of Art and College of the Arts; funded by a grant from the Efroyymson Fund, a CICF Fund; Jan and Bob Dilenschneider and the Fergus Family Fund.
Click here to watch a video about the exhibition and about Urban Arts Space.