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Exhibition Reception “Tribute: A Reunion of Chandler Fellows”

The Winnie Chandler Fellowship is a scholarship granted to Art & Design graduate students of exceptional talent and focus, nominated by the faculty that teach them. In gratitude for the Chandler Family, the Ernest G. Welch School of Art & Design and the College of the Arts are proud to announce an exhibtion of Chandler alumni in the Ernest G. Welch School Galleries. An exhibtion closing reception will be held in the family’s honor with a VIP preview party and studio visits.

The exhibition will be open from January 14- March 1, 2019, with a reception, March 1, 7-9pm with the Chandler Family.

Participating artists include:

Clair Paul, Mac McCusker, Chanju Lee, Carolyn E. Rose, Rachel Ballard, Nimer Aleck, Carrie Brown, Stephanie Kolpy, Jack Michael, Melissa Hughes, Diane Hiscox, Nuni Lee, Nathan Sharratt, Andrew Adamson, Bryan Perry, Coorain Devin, Tyler Scott Cieplowski, Christina Price Washington, Cotter Christian, Paul Stephen Benjamin, Erica L. Wilson, Ty Nicholson, Ashley Maxwell, Carla Ferreira Powell, Jessica Gardner, Larkin Ford, Karen Cleveland,Katy Malone, Hanna Newman, Shana Robbins, and Andrew Cho.


MFA Thesis Exhibition Series

MFA Series
Receptions: TBA
March 11 – 15
MFA Large Gallery Front – Aaron Artrip
MFA, Large Gallery Back – Carla Powell
MFA, Small Gallery – Linda (Maria Ojeda) Costello
March 18 – 22 
Spring Break (Gallery and administrative offices open)
March 25 – 29
MFA Large Gallery Front – Ana Carolina Meza
MFA Large Gallery Back – Mohammad Javad Jahangir
MFA Small Gallery – Nathaniel MondragonApril 1 – 5
MFA Large Gallery – Travis Lindquist
MFA Small Gallery – Andrew AdamsonApril 8 – 12
MFA Large Gallery – Jessica Caldas
MFA Small Gallery – Amin Ghasemi


21st Annual Juried Student Exhibition, Juror, Hope Cohn

April 18 – 26
Reception: Thursday, April 18, 5 –  7pm


Spring BFA 

May 2 – 10
Reception: Thursday, May 2, 5 – 7pm.


“MaDora Frey: Lightspace” curated by Cynthia Farnell

“Land Art” of the ’60s and ’70s: A Historical Framework, featuring Robert Smithson and others (working concept), curated by Jesse Penridge, director of Eric Firestone Gallery, New York.