Students and Alumni Participate in Inaugural Biennial of MFA Work in NYC
April 25, 2015
St. Nicks Alliance and Arts@Renaissance announced the first biennial survey of work by second-year MFA students and recent graduates from across the five boroughs, titled NEW WORK NEW YORK. The exhibition is presented in two parts, the first running from March 13-29 and the second from April 10-26. This is the first exhibit to bring together works by artists from all eleven New York City-based MFA programs: Brooklyn College, Columbia University, City College of New York, Hunter College, Lehman College, the New York Studio School, the New York Academy of Art, Queens College, the School of Visual Arts, Parsons, the New School for Design and Pratt Institute. Presented at 695 Grand Street, Brooklyn, an uninterrupted 5,000 square foot former retail space in the heart of Williamsburg, NEW WORK NEW YORK offers a broad view of emerging artists working in all media, each represented by multiple works or major recent projects, many for the first time.
The following Columbia University School of the Arts students and alumni are featured in the exhibit:
Part I Cristina Camacho (Current Student) Sondra Perry (Current Student) Julia Phillips (Current Student) August Vollbrecht (Current Student)
Part II Tatiana Berg ('14) Heidi Howard ('14) Yujin Lee (Current Student) Patrice Renee Washington ('14)