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Opening Reception | Rescheduled 2020 Mills College MFA Exhibition

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Celebrate the opening of the rescheduled 2020 Mills College MFA Exhibition and chat with the artists.

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Join us in finally celebrating the opening of the 2020 Mills College MFA Exhibition! Congratulate the MFAs on their tremendous accomplishment and wish them well on their artistic journey. This virtual event will include a 360-degree virtual gallery walkthrough accompanied by commentary from the artists, followed by group discussion.

Featuring Cristine Blanco, Genevieve Rae Busby, Lucciana Caselli, Crystal Gwyn, Megan Hinton, Emma Logan, Yétundé Olagbaju, H. Esmé Park, Emily Villarma, and Hannah Youngblood.

ABOUT THE RESCHEDULED 2020 MILLS COLLEGE MFA EXHIBITION

Our rescheduled 2020 MFA exhibition presents the work of last year's MFA graduates from Mills College's esteemed Studio Art program, whose exhibition was postponed in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic. The 2020 featured artists are Cristine Blanco, Genevieve Rae Busby, Lucciana Caselli, Crystal Gwyn, Megan Hinton, Emma Logan, Yétundé Olagbaju, H. Esmé Park, Emily Villarma, and Hannah Youngblood.

Presented as a group exhibition in MCAM's historic main gallery, the rescheduled 2020 MFA exhibition showcases current work from each graduate, curated by museum director Stephanie Hanor and Mills College's distinguished studio art faculty. Commanding a range of strategies—photography, sculpture, installation, performance, video and more—these emerging artists venture into fresh conceptual and material terrain, confronting critical subjects such as environmental justice, sexual expression, identity, healing, and our relationships to food.

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