The Pacific Northwest College of Art MFA in Visual Studies class of 2014 is pleased present an exhibition of works produced at the midpoint of candidates’ studies, which explores concepts of image, language, technology, and contemporary visual culture.
Sarah Abbott, Stephanie Brachmann, Mary Mac Dahlke, John Dougherty, Mario Gallucci, Thomas Gamble, Jonathan Gann, Michael Horwitz, Leif Lee, Travis Nikolai, Mark Palmen, Anya Roberts-Toney, Lauren Seiffert, Jessie Spiess, Rachel Wolf, Richard York, and Stephanie Yu.
More information and links to the artists’ work may be viewed here.
About the MFA in Visual Studies:
PNCA’s Masters of Fine Arts in Visual Studies is a multi-disciplinary and mentor- based program. Its flexible character allows students to work within a singular discipline or to pursue a combined practice that bridges disciplines and media. This generalist structure compliments PNCA’s educational philosophy of supporting independent inquiry and encouraging cross-disciplinary dialog. Students also benefit from a dynamic national and international roster of visiting artists and designers. Learn more about the MFA in Visual Studies at pnca.edu.
Media contact: Mark Palmen firstname.lastname@example.org, (917) 991-0193