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|May 12, 2019-|
Jun 06, 2019
12:00PM - 05:00PM
|2018-2019 Graduate Fellows Exhibition|
This exhibition features work by Headlands\\\' Graduate Fellows, recent, promising MFA graduates from esteemed schools in the Bay Area region.
Headlands Center for the Arts, 944 Fort Barry, Sau
May 12-Jun 6, Sun-Thurs, 12-5PM
Headlands\\\' Graduate Fellowships provide yearlong studio residencies to recent, promising MFA graduates in partnership with esteemed schools in the region. Bringing together representatives from each of these institutions, this exhibition provides a composite view of Bay Area graduate art programs.
"The complexities of written and unspoken histories run through the work of the seven Graduate Fellows. Who tells these histories? What can we unearth and shed light on to bring forth what is hidden? Developing ideas and processes in Headlands\\\' unique context, each artist has created new bodies of work that push not only their practices, but also their communities, mythologies, and perspectives with honesty and bravery." -Jackie Im and Jerome Reyes, guest curators
Tavarus Blackmonster, University of California, Davis
Kai Chen, San Francisco Art Institute
Troy Chew, California College of the Arts
Nicki Green, University of California, Berkeley
Jenna Meacham, San Francisco State University
Amy Nathan, Mills College
Natani Notah, Stanford University
Jackie Im & Jerome Reyes
Presented by Headlands Center for the Arts.
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