Four: MFA Thesis Exhibition 2021
March 22- April 16, 2021
Hours: Monday- Friday 12-2pm with additional hours by appointment. To make an appointment email ZuccaireGallery@stonybrook.edu.
Online exhibition: https://you.stonybrook.edu/four/
The Zuccaire Gallery is proud to present the graduate student MFA Thesis Exhibition 2021 , opening March 22 and on view through April 16. In addition to the Gallery presentation, a link to the online exhibition is available here . An outdoor art installation by Marta Baumiller will be open March 22-March 27, Monday-Thursday 1pm-4:30pm at the South P Lot/ Communter Parking at Stony Brook University.
Virtual Art Crawl: Tuesday, March 23, 11am-12:30pm
Virtual Salon Artist Talk: Monday, April 12, 1pm
Entitled Four, the MFA Thesis Exhibition 2021 presents new work by Stony Brook University's graduating Master of Fine Arts students, Stuart Balius, Yifei Cheng, Marta Baumiller and Annemarie Waugh. All four artists are degree candidates in the Department of Art’s MFA program. The exhibition presents painting, sculpture, prints, photographs, video and installation art. The online exhibition (link to be posted) will offer clickable links to details, artist statements and bios, and opportunities to connect virtually with the artists. The graduate student artists will speak about their work live in a virtual Salon Artist Talk.
Four: MFA Thesis Exhibition 2021 is accompanied by an illustrated catalog that includes artists’ statements and color images of each artist’s work. Artist interviews, high resolution images and a copy of the exhibition catalog are available upon request.
Left to right (details) : Stuart Balius, Marta Baumiller, Yifei Cheng, Annemarie Waugh
Visit South P Lot/Commuter Parking at Stony Brook University for a drive-through art
installation by Marta Baumiller, MFA
open March 22-27, Monday-Thursday 1pm-4:30pm at the South P Lot/ Commuter Parking
at Stony Brook University.
NOTE: Due to high winds, Soul Bath ended on March 27.
The 2020-2021 Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery schedule is made possible by a generous grant from the Paul W. Zuccaire Foundation. Additional funding is provided by the Friends of Staller Center.