"During a time, we were quarantined inside our homes. Though we artists never shut out the world. Art builds a stronger connection in a community that has a voice to grow, share, give hope, and inspire. Art can heal those who are lost in the pandemic of fear and chaos.
This selection of work exhibited presents artists who stayed strong and never gave up in a time of need."
Harry Wood Gallery is pleased to present "MFA Quarantine 2020," a group exhibition featuring recent work by MFA students in the School of Art. The 16 artists included in this exhibition together span multiple areas of focus within the program: ceramics, digital technology, drawing, painting, photography, printmaking, sculpture, and video.
This exhibition is organized by Erin Leigh Kuhn, MFA student in printmaking. Artists included in the exhibition: Madoka Wada Clark, Janet Talmadge Davids, Noemy Esparza-Isaacson, Memo Gutierrez, Chris Luper, Erin Leigh Kuhn, Hanna Makkonen, Julia C. Martin, Brandi Read, Benjamin Selby, Matagi Sorensen, Luke Watson, Eliza Weber, Xin Wei, Mary Wilhelm, and Bolun Zhu.
"MFA Quarantine 2020" is on view during gallery hours and by appointment. Gallery capacity is limited; face coverings and social distancing required. For more information or to schedule an appointment, contact firstname.lastname@example.org