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CLOSURE NOTICE


Dear Friends,

The safety and well-being of the USF Contemporary Art Museum’s student and community visitors and staff are our highest priority. The university has directed that events scheduled over the next month be canceled as USF works to maintain the health and wellness of our community. Therefore, we will not be hosting the opening reception on April 3 nor the artist conversation on April 16 for Battin’ A Hundred: 2020 MFA Graduation Exhibition. At this time, we do not know the extent to which the MFA exhibition will be available to be viewed by the public. As information regarding our events and programs becomes available we will communicate it to you as quickly as we can.

Please visit usf.edu/coronavirus for University of South Florida closures, policies, and directives that may impact the museum.

Thank you,
Margaret A. Miller
Director, USF Institute for Research in Art
USF Contemporary Art Museum, Graphicstudio, Public Art

 

Battin' A Hundred: 2020 MFA Graduation Exhibition

Online and Social Media Programming Forthcoming
USF Contemporary Art Museum Galleries Closed to the Public

RELATED EVENTS

CANCELED - April 3 - Opening Reception

CANCELED - April 16 - MFA Artist Conversation


This annual exhibition features Master’s Thesis work by the 3rd year Master of Fine Arts candidates in the USF School of Art and Art History. The 2020 MFAs are Mahya Amini, Mohsen Azar, Matthew Campbell, Jenal Dolson, Rhonda Massel Donovan, Jezabeth Roca Gonzalez, Ash Lester, Jon Notwick, Kyle Timberman, and Rachel Underwood.

The 2020 MFA Graduation Exhibition is supported in part by the USF School of Art and Art History.


DOWNLOADS

BATTIN' A HUNDRED Catalogue pdf (7MB)
Download a pdf of this catalogue organized by the graduating M.F.A.s, with critical essays on their work by Art History M.A. students and graduates.