Faculty and guest artist lectures and exhibitions which consider how we engage the material and social worlds of our respective environments - personal, political, planetary.

MFA January Residency Events Announced

The full schedule of public events has been released for the January 2017 MFA in Interdisciplinary Arts Residency, January 4 – 11 on the SNC campus.

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Faculty and Guest Artist Lectures:

Visual artist Julie Weitz, Jan 4; Russell Dudley, creator of SNC’s MFA-IA program, Jan 5; Bill Fox from the Center for Art and Environment, Jan 6; the poet Jared Stanley and artist and musician Gabie Strong, Jan 6; Maria Sykes of Epicenter, Jan 7; NASA ambassador Dan Ruby, Jan 9; and a screening of Daniel Robert Kelly‘s 16mm dual projection film Plane Wave, Jan 11.

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Exhibitions:

Midway MFA-IA Student Exhibition
January 11, 1 – 5pm
Holman Arts & Media Center and the Demonstration Garden adjacent to TCES

“This Place: Selections from the Frontier”
January 7 – March 2, 2017
Tahoe Gallery, Prim Library 3rd floor

Work by Maria Sykes and fellow members of the Frontier Fellows

Gabie Strong
January 9 – February 17, 2017
Garage Door Gallery, Holman Arts & Media Center


About the MFA in Interdisciplinary Arts at SNC Tahoe

The experience and exploration of embodied place is a central element of this distinctive program, encouraging students’ multi-dimensional relationship with their environment both here in the Tahoe Basin and within their own communities. Through an interdisciplinary approach to art-making, the program encourages participants to consider how we engage the material and social worlds of our respective environments, from personal, to political, to planetary.

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