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Friday, April 23, 2010
 
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10:00AM - 5:00PM - "Fifth Year Exhibition 2010"

Grossman Gallery & Anderson Auditorium

On view March 31–May 1, the "Fifth Year Exhibition 2010" culminates this year-long, intense studio program. The exhibition features a wide range of works in both media and scope. Fifth Year students also compete for the prestigious Traveling Scholarship Awards, which provide funds to develop their work through travel and the opportunity to exhibit at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Wednesday, March 31–Saturday, May 1, 2010
Opening Reception: Wednesday March 31, 5–8 pm
Artists' Talk: Wednesday, April 14, 12:30 pm

Gallery Hours: Monday–Saturday, 10 am–5 pm; Thursday 10 am–8 pm. Closed Sundays and holidays.

10:00AM - 4:45PM - "Students Curate Students: Aperture into the Ordinary"

Courtyard Gallery, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

On view February 6–July 11, "Students Curate Students: Aperture into the Ordinary" presents a wide range of photography by nine Museum School students. Selected from curatorial proposals submitted by students, this exhibition is entirely comprised of recent work curated by MFA candidate Nancy Ellen Jones and BFA candidate Gabrielle Toman.

Saturday, February 6–Tuesday, July 27, 2010

MFA Hours: Saturday–Tuesday, 10 am–4:45 pm and Wednesday–Friday, 10 am–9:45 pm.

All Day - "SMFA Traveling Scholars"

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
April 10–May 31, 2010

This year's "SMFA Traveling Scholars" exhibition features works by five Museum School alumni who each received the prestigious Traveling Scholarship Award in 2008. The artists traveled locally and internationally and produced a new body of work on view in the exhibition. Fresh and energetic, each provides insight into the investigations of today's young artists. Lizi Brown, who traveled to Europe, presents a series of paintings forming a narrative; photographer Michael Bhler-Rose, who spent time in India, continues exploring issues surrounding the exotic; Liz Cohen revisited Germany to expand on her Bodywork project; Wendy Jean Hyde's installation is based on her research in Iceland; and Christopher Lamberg-Karlovsky explored New England, expanding his installation of small paintings.

All Day - "Concept of Self" at William Morris Hunt Memorial Library

March 18–May 11, 2010
The William Morris Hunt Memorial Library
Horticultural Hall
2nd Floor
300 Massachusetts Avenue
Boston, MA 02115
617-369-3385

In the spring exhibition of School of the Museum of Fine Arts student work at the William Morris Hunt Memorial Library, the artists were asked to submit artwork dealing with the concept of self. Work by Madeline Barr, Jennifer Nichols, Max Colby, Terrance Gade, Chea Davis, Ariel Gout, Lisa Gross, Nikkia Hall, Julianne Martin, Noah Mayrand, Jess Camacho, Misaki Kaneko, Brooke Tobey and Francesca Ulivi.

Organized by SMFA student curator Inas Al-Soqi with the assistance of Jennifer Nichols.

Artist Reception: Thursday April 1, 2010 5:30–7 pm

All Day - MFA Thesis Exhibition

April 15–May 2, 2010

Tufts University Art Gallery at Aidekman Arts Center
40 Talbot Avenue
Medford, MA 02155
617-627-3518
http://artgallery.tufts.edu/index.html

This second in the ongoing series of MFA thesis exhibitions shown annually at the Tufts University Art Gallery features work by Chad Arnholt, Jen Barrows, Zhang Chen, Jacob Kincheloe, Valeria Lopez, Cobi Moules, Dane Olsen, Sarah Peck, Alexandra Photopoulos and Sun Wong Yen. Read more...

Opening Reception: Thursday, April 15, 5:30–8 pm
Artists' Talk: Thursday, April 22, 6–7 pm

Gallery Hours: Tuesday–Sunday, 11–5pm and Thursdays until 8 pm. Closed Monday.

10:00AM - 5:00PM - Metals Area Show

W. Van Alan Clark, Jr. Library (SMFA)
Through April 27

The annual Metals Area Show, featuring wonderful work by several students in the Metals Area and organized by Yoshiko Yamamoto. Visit the library to see this year's stunning pieces.