2022 Art and Art History MFA Thesis Exhibition
May 6 – 20, 2022
Columbia College Chicago Student Center, 5th Floor
754 S Wabash Ave, Chicago, IL 60605
Gallery hours: Monday-Saturday 9am-5pm
Reception: May 12, 7-9pm
During the reception on May 12, there will be performances by Samantha Trace Foster, Anna Lipscomb, and Alexander Jose Luis Ramirez starting at 7:30pm
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The 2022 Art and Art History MFA Thesis Exhibition features the thesis works of the MFA candidates in Columbia College Chicago’s Art and Art History Department. The exhibition, which includes artists’ books, prints, drawings, sculptures, photography, sound, projections, and installation works, represents the culmination of two years of development on a cohesive body of work for each artist.
Participating Artists: Kelsey Bogdan, John Bolin, Caitlyn Doran, Samantha Trace Foster, Anna Lipscomb, Alexander Jose Luis Ramirez, Chris Tasior, and Megan VanKanegan.
The 2022 Art and Art History MFA Thesis Exhibition is presented in conjunction with the Department of Exhibitions, Performance, and Student Spaces (DEPS), the Department of Art and Art History, and Paul Catanese, Director of Graduate Studies for Art and Art History.