Department of Art + Design Annual Student Exhibit
Class of 2015
MFA Candidates in Information Design and Visualization
Art makes life meaningful. Design makes life possible. Together they make life wonderful.
Artists and designers experiment with form to realize original, provocative, evocative and innovative ideas. They bring novel ideas to life that replenish cultures, have social benefits and contribute to the global marketplace of ideas.
The life of an artist or designer is full of wonder, enriched with interesting work. We encourage, prepare, challenge and enable our students to create and enjoy their lives as artists and designers.
Our annual exhibition, curated by A + D faculty, presents work from our art, animation, graphic and information design, photography, and video arts programs and our studio art program at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts.
This year we are including work of graduate students in our new MFA Information Design and Visualization program.
"All is Subject"
Section A, B, & C
May 1 - June 14, 2015
Cultural mementos, by definition, are remembrances, objects or emotions that evoke a person, place, or time. This exhibit will examine the culture that we choose to bring with us when we make
a move, be it temporary or permanent, and how it struggles to find place.
Curated by Bruce Ployer
Opening Reception: Friday, May 1, 5-7 PM
Featuring the work of:
Clara Hyunyoung Lee
Farzaneh and Bahareh Safarani