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Southern California MFA Exhibition
SoCal MFA Annual Juried Exhibition



SoCal MFA Annual Juried Exhibition

 

Exhibition Details

In conjunction with The Millard Sheets Art Center, Claremont Graduate University is looking forward to hosting a wide variety of different artistic disciplines along with an elegant opening reception. This is the second annual Southern California MFA Exhibition open to all southern California MFA Studio Art students with an address in California. It is for MFA students, organized by CGU MFA students. Helen Molesworth is the 2019 guest juror.  From 2014-2018 Helen Molesworth was the Chief Curator at The Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), Los Angeles, where she co-organized the first US retrospective of the Brazilian artist Anna Maria Maiolino and the monographic survey Kerry James Marshall: Mastry.  She has held curatorial positions at Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA) Boston, Harvard Art Museum, Wexner Center for the Arts, and The Baltimore Museum of Art.  She is the author of numerous catalogue essays and her writing has appeared in publications such as Artforum, Art Journal, Documents, and October. The recipient of the 2011 Bard Center for Curatorial Studies Award for Curatorial Excellence, she is currently at work on a book of essays about what art does.

 

 

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Eligibility

Current Southern California MFA Studio Art Students with a California address. All work must be dropped off March 1st, 2nd, 3rd in person, no shipping or pickup is offered or allowed.  Students graduating at the end of Fall 2018 semester are still allowed to apply as the application is open during their enrollment time.

 

Fees

The only fees we are charging is what the website charges: $10/artist for 5 images

 

Entering Your Images:

Entry form must be filled out in its entirety.  List sizes up to the nearest inch.  Submitted images must not include frame.  Crop the photos to include only the artwork.  Be sure your images are right-side-up.

 

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Jurors

Helen Molesworth

 

From 2014-2018 Helen Molesworth was the Chief Curator at The Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), Los Angeles, where she co-organized the first US retrospective of the Brazilian artist Anna Maria Maiolino and the monographic survey Kerry James Marshall: Mastry. She also reinstalled the museum’s esteemed permanent collection in all of its flagship Grand Ave. galleries and organized the large-scale group exhibition One Day at a Time: Manny Farber and Termite Art. From 2010–2014 she was the Barbara Lee Chief Curator at the Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA) Boston, where she assembled one-person exhibitions of artists Steve Locke, Catherine Opie, Josiah McElheny, and Amy Sillman, and the group exhibitions Leap Before You Look: Black Mountain College 1933–1957, Dance/Draw, and This Will Have Been: Art, Love & Politics in the 1980s. As head of the Department of Modern and Contemporary Art at the Harvard Art Museum, she presented an exhibition of photographs by Moyra Davey and ACT UP NY: Activism, Art, and the AIDS Crisis 1987–1993. From 2002–2007 she was the Chief Curator of Exhibitions at the Wexner Center for the Arts, where she organized the first US retrospectives of Louise Lawler and Luc Tuymans, as well as Part Object Part Sculpture, which examined the influence of Marcel Duchamp’s erotic objects. While Curator of Contemporary Art at The Baltimore Museum of Art from 2000–2002, she arranged Work Ethic, which traced the problem of artistic labor in post-1960s art. She is the author of numerous catalogue essays and her writing has appeared in publications such as Artforum, Art Journal, Documents, and October. The recipient of the 2011 Bard Center for Curatorial Studies Award for Curatorial Excellence, she is currently at work on a book of essays about what art does.

Categories

No Categories. ALL MEDIUMS ARE WELCOME.  Including but not limited to: painting, drawing, photography, digital work, sound/video, performance, sculpture, installation, etc.  There is a spectacular outdoor space available for open air pieces and are open to having performances the night of the reception.  In the above 2 case, proposals are accepted.

 

Sales

70/30 %

 

Calendar

Timeline of events including

Saturday, December 1, 2018: Applications open

Friday, February 1, 2019: Applications close.

Monday, February 10, 2019: Notifications sent out

March 1, 2, 3: Drop off artwork at Millard Sheets

Saturday, March 16:  Opening Reception, time TBD

March 16th - April 6: Exhibition will be on display

April 6, 7, 8: Pick up artwork

 

 

Disclaimer/Legal

No nudity or profanity, nothing can hang from the ceilings, size limitation for wall pieces- limited space for large wall pieces (larger than 7 feet tall might be a problem).

 



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