The Queens College MFA in Studio Art is a low-cost, comprehensive, interdisciplinary studio-based graduate program focused on contemporary ceramics, painting, sculpture, installation, digital media, critical theory and social practice art. Every MFA candidate enjoys a large, private workspace with access to wood, metal, plaster, ceramic, printmaking, digital, traditional photo facilities, and an on-site bronze foundry that is unique within CUNY.
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The current exhibition is “Lilith Shrine,” a MFA (Sculpture) Thesis Exhibition by Julia Sinelnikova. The exhibit runs May 4-7 in Klapper Hall Gallery.
This exhibition features a new collection of eight foot black-and-white drawings, displayed both as wall hangings and transparent reproductions, as well as an illuminated sculptural form in the center of the space. Ceramic explorations and new reflective mylar and metal artworks will be featured as floor-based sculptures, hanging works, and wall reliefs. “Lilith Shrine” is the artist’s meditative exploration of the energies of the ancient goddess Lilith, conducted under quarantine, with the mark-making directed by experimental music listened to while drawing. Together these marks cumulate into a sculptural whole, enveloping the audience. Two walls of projected video art will also be on display.