Arthur Gibbons, Director

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About the Program Thesis Exhibition

In the final weeks of each summer session, students in their third-year present their thesis projects to the public in the form of a group exhibition or individual presentation (screening, performance, or reading). The exhibition takes place in our off-campus gallery in nearby Red Hook, while presentations occur in various on-campus facilities.


2014 MFA Thesis Exhibition

July 19 - 26, 2014


Aurora Andrews
Mirene Arsanios
Eli Bornowsky
Peter Brock
Gust Burns
Alex Cuff
Aaron S. Davidson
Joe Diebes
Luba Drozd
Mae Fatto
Aaron Gemmill
Anton Ginzburg
Yasamin Ghiasi
Rochelle Goldberg
Jason de Haan
Dmitri Hertz
Zach Layton
Lia Lowenthal
Caitlin MacBride
Jessica Millnitz
Emmeline de Mooij
Geoff Mullen
Elizabeth Orr
Krista Peters
Alyse Ronayne
Matthew Schrader
Christopher Willes
Emi Winter
Nina Yuen

Opening Reception: Saturday, July 19, 3pm - 6pm

Gallery Hours:
Saturday, July 19, 3pm - 6pm
Sunday, July 20, 1pm - 6pm  
Monday, July 21 through Friday, July 25, 10am - 6pm
Saturday, July 26, 1pm - 6pm


Presentations on Bard's Campus


Monday, July 21 at 6pm, starting in Bard Hall 
Gust Burns (Music/Sound)
Jessica Millnitz (Writing)

Tuesday, July 22 at 6pm, starting in Reem Kayden Science Center lobby
Christopher Willes (Music/Sound)
Alex Cuff (Writing)

Wednesday, July 23 at 6pm, in Bito Conservatory Auditorium
Mirene Arsanios (Writing)

Thursday, July 24 at 6pm, in Bito Conservatory Auditorium
Zach Layton (Music/Sound)
Yasamin Ghiasi (Writing)


Directions


UBS/Bard College Exhibition Center
29 O'Callaghan Drive, Red Hook, NY 12571

Parking at 7401 S. Broadway and on Garden Street

From the paved lot on S. Broadway, walk to the left of the brick building at 7401 and down the driveway. Go around the building directly in front of you at 27 O'Callaghan Drive. The next building on your left is the Exhibition Center.

From the grass lot on Garden Street, take the path from the back end of the lot through the woods into the gravel parking lot. The Exhibition Center is the long building to the right.


Handicap accessible parking is available in front of the gallery building. Please note that the lot is also an active construction work area on weekdays.

News

2015 application is now available in Slideroom. 

Please visit our 'applying' page for the link and application guidelines.

Alumna Corrine Fitzpatrick MFA '11 writes about the Bard MFA program for Artforum's ArtandEducation.net

http://www.artandeducation.net/school_watch/making-sense-is-radical-to-making-art-the-bard-mfa/

Info Sessions dates are now posted.

http://www.bard.edu/mfa/visiting/