Rhizome: Low-Residency MFA Thesis Exhibition

Exhibition Info
Samuel M.V. Hamilton Building
Annual thesis exhibition for PAFA's Low-Residency MFA program featuring the work of Sallie Marshall, Christine Belton, Navanjali Kelsey, Colleen E. Kennedy, Matthew Stemler, Esten Walker, and Mattius Yohance.

PAFA's Low-Residency Master of Fine Arts program is designed for students who desire the community, support and rigor of a traditional MFA, but with a more flexible structure to fit their lives and schedules. Similar to our traditional MFA, the Low-Residency program focuses on independent studio work and is interdisciplinary in nature, welcoming a wide range of approaches to art-making. The Low-Residency MFA gives students the tools to engage deeply and critically with making their work while thinking about their practice in relation to contemporary and historical art and ideas.

Christine Belton
Christine Belton, "What I Learned", Oil on canvas, 2019

Navanjali Kelsey
Navanjali Kelsey, "Physically Enhanced by a Special Spider Derived Serum", China marker, watercolor, gouache, and
fingerpaint on paper, 2020
Colleen Kennedy
Colleen E. Kennedy, "Cradle", Etching on bark paper, 2019
Matthew Fields
Mattius Yohance, "Colors of Revolution", 2021

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