MFA Thesis Virtual Exhibit 2020
As Above, So Below
The SMFA MFA Thesis Online Exhibition features the work of seventeen MFA candidates in Studio Art. Artworks on view are the culmination of two years of the students' studio-based research with the support and supervision of the SMFA at Tufts graduate advisors.
The Graduate Program in Studio Art is a research-based program that encourages artists to engage with multiple disciplines in the arts and sciences. The projects presented draw from a wide range of resources across the university that support advanced fabrication, media production, international travel and experimental scholarship. Interweaving the environmental, historical, political, philosophical and cultural conditions surrounding them, this group of artists created original works taking the form of installation, video, interactive works, photography, painting, printmaking, performance and sculpture.
A physical exhibition in the University galleries at the Aidekman Arts Center on the Medford campus has been postponed until a future date. – Jeannie Simms, Director of Graduate Studies
The 2020 MFA Thesis Virtual Exhibition is generously supported by Robert Nagle.