Three Artists, Three Visions: TU Spring MFA Exhibitions This February, the TU Department of Art+Design, Art Education, Art History present three MFA exhibitions this spring in the Center for
Three Artists, Three Visions: TU Spring MFA Exhibitions
This February, the TU Department of Art+Design, Art Education, Art History present three MFA exhibitions this spring in the Center for the Arts Holtzman MFA Gallery, February 1 through May 22 (closed March 17 – 24). The exhibitions’ opening reception will be held on January 31 from 7:30 p.m.—9:00 p.m. Gallery Hours: Tuesday—Saturday, 11:00 a.m.—8 p.m.
Nadia Mohamed: Into The Vale
Mohamed explores the relationship between the human body and the natural world. Working through the lens of healing and decay she uses delicate, time intensive fiber manipulation techniques and alternative processes to challenge what is seen as beneficial, harmful, beautiful or offensive. Image Caption: Veils (2017) Cotton batiste dyed with rust, polyester thread
Frank Cho: In Pursuit of Greatness
Cho presents In pursuit of greatness: forgive me if I’ve ever hurt you, a fictional short film about a homogeneous society where “yellow nationalism” arose. The film is based on the artist’s childhood memories of witnessing similar real life events. Image caption: film still- In pursuit of greatness: forgive me if I’ve ever hurt you
Lukas Goodmuth: Panacea
Goodmuth presents an architectural consideration of our pyrrhic love for simplistic explanations, and the cost of overlooking complex realities. Teetering structures of belief, internal logic and beauty rest on faulty joints of assumptions and broken reason. Image caption: Towers, (2017) Ceramic, Wood, Steel
The TU Center for the Arts Gallery is located at at 1 Fine Arts Drive in Towson, MD. Gallery hours are Tues. – Sat., 11 a.m. – 8 p.m. Learn more about these and other events and exhibitions at events.towson.edu.
(Thursday) 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Towson University Holzman MFA Gallery
8000 York Road, Towson MD