DEPS - Department of Exhibitions, Performance & Student Spaces Columbia College Chicago
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Rebecca Grace Hill Patriotism, like a View from a Long Way Away 2001-2021, 2020,  Photography by Jonathan Castillo
 Selena Ingram Fragile Morphologies of Pulp Bodies, 2019, test installation
  Mary Gring Video still from Disintegration/The Cure, 2020
Julia Arredondo QTVC Backdrop, January 2020
Maria VanDyken Li Cantonese for Midwestern Wives, 2017-present, 3D Rendering of Desk Design
Andrew Shoemaker Internet: The Aesthetics of Laziness 2020, mock-up installation
 Skye Murie Behind the scenes, rehearsing Collector Photo by Connor Doyle

2020 Art and Art History MFA Thesis Exhibition

The 2020 Art and Art History MFA Thesis Exhibition features the works of MFA candidates in Columbia’s Interdisciplinary Arts and Media and Interdisciplinary Book and Paper Arts programs. The exhibition, which includes artists’ books, prints, drawings, textiles, sculptures, photography, sound, projections, and installation works, represents the culmination of three plus years’ worth of development of a cohesive body of work for each artist. This exhibition, scheduled to take place at the Glass Curtain Gallery has been impacted by the COVID-19 outbreak. In response the Department of Exhibitions, Performance, and Student Spaces (DEPS) has created Artist Profile Series intends to give you an in-depth look at the work to come as well as a deep glimpse into the artists process.

Participating artists include:
Julia Arrendondo, Mary Gring, Rebecca Grace Hill, Selena Ingram, Maria VanDyken Li,
Skye Murie and Andrew Shoemaker

Please click on the links below to view interactive artist profiles:

julia link mary 300 link rebecca link 300

Selena 300 link maria link skye link

                                                  andrew link

The 2020 Art and Art History MFA Thesis Exhibition is presented in conjunction with the Department of Exhibitions, Performance, and Student Spaces (DEPS) and the Art and Art History department and Paul Catanese, Director of Graduate Studies for Art & Art History.

Columbia College Chicago's Department of Exhibition, Performance and Student Spaces strives to bring the most innovative, distinguished and accessible exhibits to the community addressing contemporary issues concerning that diversity of thought, value and culture. The art displayed does not, however necessarily reflect the opinions, views or values of the College.

Exhibition Contact: Mark Porter, mporter@colum.edu/312-369-6643
Gallery Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 9 a.m.- 5 p.m.
Thursday 9 a.m.- 7 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday, Closed 

All DEPS facilities, including event spaces, galleries and ShopColumbia will be CLOSED to the public until further notice.