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May 23, 2011 – Jun 17, 2011
THIS EVENT IS OVER
The inaugural class of the collaborative MFA in Applied Craft and Design is pleased to present Make Way, a graduate exhibition marking the culmination of two years of hands-on designing and making. The exhibition features students’ practicum projects that explore the convergence of art, craft and design practices.
Make Way features work by MFA candidates Laura Allcorn, David Boekelheide, Christina Conant, Rachel Cox, Anne Crumpacker, Ali Gradischer, Evan Holt, Mo Morales, Selja Ojanne, Julie Pointer, Jason Lee Starin, Leslie Vigeant and Matt Williams.
An opening reception for the exhibition will take place Friday, May 20, from 6–9 pm.
About the MFA in Applied Craft and Design
Connecting design thinking to design doing, Oregon College of Art and Craft and Pacific Northwest College of Art have collaborated to create a unique MFA Program grounded in hands-on making, entrepreneurial strategies, and social and environmental engagement. Combining a mentor-based approach with an exceptional visiting artists program, students work one-on-one with nationally and internationally recognized designers, makers, and scholars in a self-directed curriculum that challenges them to bring to life the full strength of their ideas and skills. For more information, visit the Applied Craft and Design website.