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 “Seeing is Believing” — a MFA Thesis Exhibition by Adam Nadel;. The exhibit runs May 18-21 in Klapper Hall Gallery.
Seeing is Believing uses the photographic medium to investigate time, perception, and thought. It is Nadel’s MFA Thesis in Studio Art.