U. Miami to present artwork of incoming grad students

Colby Katz, Katelyn, at Home, LA, Lambda Print, 33 by 27 inches, 2007

By Elizabeth Amore….

Colby Katz, Katelyn, at Home, LA, Lambda Print, 33 by 27 inches, 2007

The University of Miami Department of Art and Art History, in the College of Arts and Sciences, presents the work of incoming Master of Fine Arts (MFA) graduate students in an exhibition running from Aug. 24 to Sept. 17 at the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) Gallery located at the Wesley Foundation at 1210 Stanford Dr., Coral Gables.
In celebration of the exhibition’s opening, there will be a reception for the artists on Friday, Aug. 27, from 5 to 9 p.m. Other viewing times can be arranged by appointment.
The new students are Audrey Hynes (sculpture), Colby Katz (photography/digital imaging), Daniel Listwan (ceramics), Valeria Rocchiccioli (sculpture), and Lorraine Turi (photography/digital imaging).
The MFA program is a 60-credit, three-year program resulting in a terminal degree that both prepares students to enter the professional, studio art world and qualifies them for college teaching. Entrance into the program is highly competitive with applicants coming from across the country and internationally as well.
A full schedule of exhibitions can be viewed at <www.as.miami.edu/art>.
Don’t forget to visit the University of Miami Wynwood Project Space every second Saturday at 2200-A NW Second Ave. during the monthly gallery walk to view student, faculty and alumni works.
For more information about the exhibition or Wynwood Project Space, call 305-284-2543 or send email to <m.cardoso1@miami.edu>.

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