Creative Research Laboratory Features 2010 Studio MFA Thesis Exhibition, March 27

March 15, 2010

Event: The Creative Research Laboratory (CRL) presents an exhibition showcasing the work of nine studio artists who are completing their Master of Fine Arts (MFA) degrees in the Department of Art and Art History.

When: March 27-April 10

Where: CRL: 2832 East Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., inside Flatbed World Headquarters. A map to CRL is online.

Background: The MFA program in Studio Art is an intense and challenging three-year program. Students work closely with faculty and consult with distinguished visiting artists and critics as they investigate contemporary art issues, build conceptual and technical skills, and develop independent creative work.

The exhibition features the work of Sonya Berg, Michael Coyle, Ryan Cronk, Samuel Dahl, Kristina Felix, Santiago Forero, Daniel Lane, Robert Melton and Christina Weisner. Works exhibited represent all areas of study, including printmaking, painting, video and sculpture.

For more information, contact: Leslie Lyon, College of Fine Arts, 512 475 7033; Rachel Cook, 832-721-6654.