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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
(April 2, 2014)
MFA Thesis Exhibition to Feature Diverse Work of Fourteen Graduating Students
COLUMBUS, Ohio (April 2, 2014)—Columbus College of Art & Design will showcase the culminating work of 14 graduating MFA students in All This Happened More or Less, the 2014 New Projects MFA Thesis Exhibition opening April 4 and running through April 30 in CCAD’s Canzani Center Gallery.
Their work ranges from sculpture, jewelry, installation, video and photography to illustration, drawing, painting and digital media.
Graduating students in the exhibition will include Tony Bible, Chase Bowman, Aaron Denney, David DeRosa, Angie Gunnoe, Alenka De Los Rios Llong, Liz Roberts, Jason Schwab, Carmen T. Smith, Lexie Stoia, Jayne Struble, Liz Trapp, Kimberly M. Webb and Yang Wu.
CCAD’s New Projects MFA program is a project-based, non-media-specific curriculum that focuses on individual artistic/design development and creative leadership. It brings together talented individuals from a variety of different media to build a community that fosters exploration, professionalism and creative success.
An opening reception will be held April 4 at 7 p.m. For gallery hours and directions, visit our online event page.
Columbus College of Art & Design, founded in 1879, is one of the oldest and largest private art and design colleges in the United States with 1,300 undergraduate and graduate students. CCAD offers bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Fine Arts. Undergraduate students choose from nine majors: photography, industrial design, advertising and graphic design, animation, illustration, fine arts, fashion design, interior design and cinematic arts. www.ccad.edu