Opening next week: Shellyne Rodriguez in the Hunter College MFA thesis show

Posted by on Oct 27, 2014 in Alumni News, Exhibitions, VCS Alumni | No Comments
MFA THESIS

Shellyne is on the right end of the middle row (just above the word “corner”).

Starting on November 7, VCS alumna Shellyne Rodriguez will have works on display in Hunter College’s Fall 2014 MFA Thesis Exhibition at the school’s 205 Hudson Street gallery. The exhibition will run through the 22nd, with an opening reception on the evening of November 6th. Here’s a description of the show quoted from the Hunter College website (the link also provides additional information about the Hunter MFA program and facilities, along with contact information):

Hunter College Fall 2014 MFA Thesis Exhibition, Part I
November 7 – 22, 2014
Opening reception: Thursday, November 6, 6-8pm

205 Hudson Street Gallery
Hunter College MFA Campus
(Entrance on Canal, between Hudson and Greenwich)

The thesis work of students receiving graduate degrees from Hunter College’s MFA program will be presented as part of Hunter College’s Fall 2014 Graduate Thesis Exhibition at the new MFA campus at 205 Hudson Street. This exhibition will include work of graduate students in Combined Media, Painting, Works on Paper, Photography and Sculpture. The work selected represents the culmination of each student’s unique experience in Hunter College’s prestigious and competitive MFA program.

Join us for part one of the Hunter College Fall 2014 Thesis Exhibition opening Thursday, November 6, 6–8pm. The exhibition will feature works by nine graduating artists: Alejandro Almanza, Marissa Bluestone, Sebastian Carrasco, Abelardo Cruz, Chris Charbonneau, Reiko Hamano, Shellyne Rodriguez, Jordon Schranz, and Zach Trow.

The Hunter College MFA in Studio Art is a three-year program designed to offer broad opportunities for artists to develop their work and an ongoing studio practice in an environment that encourages experimentation, production, and critical dialogue. MFA students work with Hunter’s exceptional full-time faculty both individually in tutorials and in small seminars focusing on student work and contemporary practice, as well as in classes in the theory, criticism and history of art. In addition, many artists, curators, critics, and historians are invited to meet with students.

Shellyne has been featured several times here on the VCS blog. To read about some of the things she’s done since she graduated from the Visual & Critical Studies Program, check out these posts:

Visual & Critical Studies