The Ernest G. Welch School of Art & Design is excited to announce the MFA Sculpture Open Studios at 246 Edgewood, April 20, 11am-2pm. Please join us for coffee, free brunch, and creative discourse as our MFAs open their spaces to the public, offering a glimpse into their respective processes and materials!
Participating MFAs include: Ana Carolina Mendoza Meza (Caro Meza), Nathaniel Mondragon (Nathaniel Dean), Maria Ojeda (Maria Costello), Jess Self, Christina Arakas Teruel, Kylie Little (Kylie Reece), and many BFAs. Much of the work is in its final stages for the upcoming spring thesis exhibitions & critiques.
We will have brunch items from Highland Bakery, donuts from Revolution Donuts, and a coffee truck from Refuge Coffee Company.
In addition to the open studios, students will be offering tours of the building, tools, and equipment. BFAs will have their work on display in the Edgewood exhibition spaces from classes covering metalshop, 3-D work, ceramics, mold-making, and woodshop. This year there will be a silent auction of student work.
This event is free and open to the public! Cohosted by the student-led Edgewood Sculpture Forum. Brunch brought to you by Revolution Doughnuts and Highland Bakery and coffee from the Refuge Coffee Co.!