Penn State School of Visual Arts presents a lineup of exhibitions

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Penn State School of Visual Arts presents, on the occasion of the 2017 National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD) accreditation visit, a suite of exhibitions, including "5econd," "NOW.SEE.HERE," and "Picture Plains," highlighting the work of degree students and recent graduates. Each exhibition will feature a reception from 5 to 7 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 13.

"5econd," in the Borland Project Space through Nov. 17, features the work of second-year Master of Fine Arts (MFA) candidates Ming Feng, Bradley Klem, Holly Veenis, Terry Young and Xexi Zhang. Together, the works present the on-going artistic development of the five artists in their second and final year of study in the School of Visual Arts MFA program.

"NOW.SEE.HERE.", on display in SoVA’s Edwin W. Zoller Gallery through Dec. 1, is a curated exhibition that showcases the width, depth and breadth of the undergraduate programs within the School of Visual Arts. Including programs in foundations, drawing and painting, printmaking, sculpture, photography, new media, and ceramics, the show features work from beginning to advanced students, freshman through seniors.

"Picture Plains," on display in Hump Day Gallery through Nov. 17, and in Patterson Gallery Nov. 13-20, presents selections of work by first-year MFA candidates alongside that of MFA alumni. This exhibition is designed by students from Art 497: Curator’s Workshop.

In addition. Penn State’s HUB-Robeson gallery is featuring the SoVA Faculty Exhibition, showcasing work of full-time faculty who teach visual arts and design as part of their academic and professional practice.

A public reception will take place 5-7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 14, in the gallery.

Last Updated November 09, 2017