Art galleries feature new summer exhibition by graduate students

June 13, 2003

MFA2 in Three, an exhibition of sculpture, will run through Friday, July 11 in the McLanahan and Sheetz Galleries of the Community Arts Center at Penn State Altoona. The exhibition includes works by Pennsylvania State University master of fine arts (MFA) graduate students Alison Luoma of Bellefonte and Melissa Vertosick of State College. The School of Visual Arts studio graduate program offers the MFA degree which is the terminal degree in studio art training. The School of Visual Arts offers concentrations in the areas of sculpture, painting, printmaking, photography, graphic design and ceramics as well as individualized programs in interdisciplinary studies. All MFA candidates must complete 60 hours of course work in studio and critical studies, submit to a comprehensive oral examination, mount a professional exhibition and write an artist statement.
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