UPenn Graduate Lecturer Matt Freedman Exhibits at Studio 10, Brooklyn

Mike Ballou, 2012
Studio 10 presents The Holiday Show, an exhibition of work by UPenn Graduate Lecturer Matt Freedman and Mike Ballou. 

At this, the darkest time of year, Studio 10 has transformed to become a holiday grotto illuminated only by the silver half-light of stars on glittering treasure boxes. Creatures of questionable birth wander over the snow drifted floors and mysterious mumblings and squeaks come from all corners. Sharpen your senses. You tread on dreams.

The Holiday Show is on view from 12.20.12 -- 12.30.12.
Studio 10
56 Bogart Street
Brooklyn, NY

For more info, please visit studio10bogart.com and mattfreedman.org.

Jaime Treadwell (MFA '02) Exhibits at Mirus Gallery, San Francisco

Jamie Treadwell, Heather's Wolf, 2012
Jaime Treadwell (MFA '02) will exhibit new paintings at Mirus Gallery, San Francisco.  The group show, Escape Velocity features a wide array of artists working in innovative modes of abstraction.

 Escape Velocity is on view from 12.15.12 -- 01.26.13.

Mirus Gallery
540 Howard St.
San Francisco, CA

For more info and reviews of Escape Velocity, please visit Juxtapoz Magazine or Hi-Fructose.  Treadwell's work can also be found at www.jaimetreadwell.com.


Julia Barbosa Landois (MFA '07) Performs at McNay Art Museum, San Antonio, TX

Julia Barbosa Landois (MFA '07) will present a new work, entitled Star-Crossed, as part of He Said/She Said, a live performance event in conjunction with the museum's Estampas de la Raza exhibition.  Star-Crossed employs ranchera singing and video to examine the conflicts between faith, culture, and modernity.  He Said/She Said, curated by Chris Davila, will also feature the work of Jimmy James Canales. The event will be followed by a Q & A session with both artists.

Performances begin at 3 pm on 12.15.12.
McNay Art Museum
6000 North New Braunfels Avenue
San Antonio, TX

For more information about Landois' work, please visitwww.julialandois.com


Nathan Wilson (MFA '09) and Hunter Stabler (MFA '06) Exhibit at Pageant Gallery, Philadelphia

Nathan Wilson (MFA '09) and Hunter Stabler (MFA '06) will present new work at Pageant Gallery, Philadelphia.  Their show Serpent's Hallowed Tail Feathers will also feature the work of Shawn Thorton.

Serpent's Hallowed Tail Feathers is on view 12.07.12 --02.03.13. An opening reception will be held 12.07.12 from 7-10pm. 

Pageant : Soloveev
607 Bainbridge Street

For more information, please see pageantsoloveev.com.


Shanjana Mahmud (MFA '08), Jacolby Satterwhite (MFA '10), and Elizabeth Hoy (MFA '09) Chosen for Bronx Museum AIM Program

Shanjana Mahmud, Misrata, 2012
 Shanjana Mahmud (MFA '08), Jacolby Satterwhite (MFA '10), and Elizabeth Hoy (MFA '09)  have been selected to join the Bronx Museum's Artist in the Marketplace (AIM) Program. 

The Artist in the Marketplace (AIM) program was established in 1980 with the goals of providing networking opportunities for emerging artists residing in the New York metropolitan area and of introducing their work to a greater audience.  Mahmud, Satterwhite and Hoy are among 36 selected artists participating in the program.  The AIM program culminates with a biennial exhibition this summer.

For more information, please visit bronxmuseum.org, shanjanamahmud.com, jacolby.com, and elizabethhoy.com.

Elizabeth Hoy (MFA '09) Exhibits in A.I.R. Gallery Biennial

Elizabeth Hoy
Elizabeth Hoy (MFA '09) has been selected to participate in A.I.R. Gallery's 10th Biennial Exhibition.  Curated by the ICA's Senior Curator Ingrid Schaffer, this year‘s biennial spotlights the great diversity of practices being undertaken by women artists today, including works in multiple media.

The 10th Biennial is on view from 12.06.12 -- 01.05.13.  An opening reception will be held 12.06.12 from 6--9 p.m.

 A.I.R. Gallery
111 Front Street, #228
Brooklyn, NY

For more information, please visit hoypaintings.com and airgallery.com.


Sinae Lee (MFA '06) Exhibits at Ceres Gallery, NYC

Sinae Lee, Page 32 (detail), 2012
Sinae Lee (MFA '06) will exhibit new work in the group show New Chapter.  The exhibition can be viewed at Ceres Gallery in Chelsea from 12.04.12 -- 12.08.12.  An opening reception will be held 12.06.12 from 6-8 p.m.

To see more of Lee's work, please visit www.sinaelee.org.

Ceres Gallery
547 West 27th Street, Suite #201
New York, NY

Laine Godsey (MFA '13), Scotty Menesini (MFA '14), and Scout Segotta (MFA '13) Conditional Reflex Exhibition

Image courtesy of Dan Oliva
Laine Godsey (MFA '13), Scotty Menesini (MFA '14), and Scout Segotta (MFA '13) will present new work in their group exhibition Conditional Reflex

The exhibition takes its name from the psychological manipulations and character modifications governed by stimuli. The thin end of the wedge. A full apparatus of totalitarianism. When one cannot choose one ceases to be. In the pursuit of knowing oneself we have a conditioned response that subconsciously anticipates the occurrence of an aversive stimulus. Laws and conditions appropriate to a mechanical creation.

The show will take place in the Physical Lab of the Morgan Building located on the UPenn campus.  Conditional Reflex opens 11.30.12 at 5:30 p.m.

Physical Lab
Morgan Building
205 S. 34th St.
Philadelphia, PA

For more information on Godsey and Menesini  please visit lainegodsey.net, and scottymenesini.com.

Nathlie Provosty (MFA '07) Exhibition Reviewed in Artforum

Nathlie Provosty, After Angelico, 2012

Nathlie Provosty (MFA '07) debut NYC solo show Book of Hours has been highlighted in the most recent Artforum critics' pick.  Provosty's intimate works on paper, linen, and sheepskin are the product of deep meditation on underlying forms throughout history.

Book of Hours is on view from 11.08.12 -- 12.09.12 at 1:1.

121 Essex St, 2nd Floor 

The Artforum review of Provosty's work is found here.  For more information on her work, please visit www.nathlieprovosty.com or 1to1ny.com.


Christina Kerns (MFA'13) Exhibits at Crane Arts, Philadelphia

Christina Kerns, Bandaid, 2012
Christina Kerns (MFA '13) will show work in the exhibition One for the Other at the University of Delaware Gallery in the Crane Arts Building.  The group show also includes work by Jen Blazina, Amy Hicks, Daniel Jackson, Victor Spinski and Un-named Art Group.

One for the Other is on view 11.08.12 --  12.12.12.  
An opening reception will be held 11.08.12 from 6-9 pm.

University of Delware Gallery
Crane Arts Building
1400 N. American St.
Philadelphia, PA

For more information, please visit christinakerns.com.

Orlando de la Garza (MFA'13) Exhibits at UPenn LGBT Center

Orlando de la Garza, Luis, 2012
Orlando de la Garza (MFA '13) will present his paintings at the LGBT Center of the University of Pennsylvania.

SWEET PHILIAS IN THE BACKSEAT is on view from 11.09.12 -- 11.19.2012.  An opening reception will be held 11.09.12 from 5-7pm.

LGBT Center
University of Pennsylvania
3907 Spruce St.
Philadelphia, PA

For more information, please visit orlandodelagarza.com.


UPenn Professor Jackie Tileston Solo Show at Pentimenti Gallery, Philadelphia

Jackie Tileston, Sensitive Dependence On Initial Conditions
UPenn Professor Jackie Tileston will present mixed media works in her solo show at Pentimenti Gallery, Philadelphia.  

The exhibition, This is Elsewhere is on view from 11.02.12 -- 12.15.12.  
An opening reception will be held 11.02.12 from 5-8:30 pm.

Pentimenti Gallery
145 N. 2nd St.
Philadelphia, PA

For more information, please visit pentimenti.com or www.jackietileston.info


Jamal Cyrus (MFA '08), Jessica Vaughn (MFA '11) and Jacolby Satterwhite (MFA '10) Exhibit at Studio Museum, Harlem

Jacolby Satterwhite, Reifying Desire 3 (still), 2012
Jamal Cyrus (MFA '08), Jessica Vaughn (MFA '11) and Jacolby Satterwhite (MFA '10) have been selected to exhibit in Fore at Studio Museum, Harlem.  

Fore is the highly anticipated fourth installment of the Studio
Museum’s “F” series, which includes Freestyle (2001), Frequency (2005–06) and Flow (2008). Like its popular and critically acclaimed predecessors, Fore is a non-thematic group presentation reflecting a multitude of ideas, approaches and processes. Featuring twenty-nine emerging artists of African descent living and working in the United States, the exhibition brings a new generation into the forefront of visual and critical dialogue.

Fore is on view from 11.08.12 -- 03.10.13.

The Studio Museum in Harlem
144 West 125th Street
New York, NY 

For more information please visit studiomuseum.org, jessvaughn.com, or jacolby.com.

Senior Critic David Humphrey Exhibits New Work at Fredericks & Freiser, NY

David Humphrey
Fredericks & Freiser presents the new work of David Humphrey.  Humphrey's paintings will be on display from 11.08.12 -- 12.22.12 with an opening reception held 11.08.12 from 6-8 pm.

Fredericks & Freiser
536 West 24th Street  
New York, NY

For more information, please visit fredericksfreisergallery.com or davidhumphreynyc.com.


Moby -- Dick Opens at Charles Addams Gallery, Philadelphia

Work from the Figures of Thought Seminar, taught by Professor Terry Adkins, will be presented in the exhibition Moby – Dick Included in the exhibition will be works by:

Anthony Bowers
Claire Bidwell

Evan Nabrit 
Josh Zerangue

Laine Godsey
Laura Bernstein

Minmin Shi

Paz Ortuzar

Sam Mapp
Scott Menesini
Theo Mullen
Zenas Hutcheson 
Moby – Dick is on view from 10.29 – 11.15.12 

Friday, 11.09.12  5:30 – 7:30pm

Charles Addams Gallery

University of Pennsylvania

200 South 36th Street

Philadelphia, PA 19104

For more information, please see:

Thomas Isaac (MFA '06) Building Collaborative Domicile Near Navajo National Monument, Navajo, AZ

Photo courtesy of Thomas Isaac
Looking for a way to pay homage to his Navajo roots, Thomas Isaac, (MFA '06), in collaboration with Brooklyn-based design collaborative, XLXS, has decided to build a shelter that responds to the traditional Navajo architecture of the Hogan.

He intends to make a domicile for local artists to share and collaborate and visitors to appreciate. Having grown up on the Navajo Nation, Isaac believes that this type of unique dwelling for the community is exactly what is needed to conserve and celebrate the local artists and cultural beauty the people have to offer.

Isaac has acquired a one-acre piece of land located just 10 minutes from the Navajo National Monument that attracts many tourists.  He would like the shelter to be an open gathering place for visitors as well as locals.

Completion of this all-volunteer project is dependent on funding.  For more information or to donate please visit shelter or www.isaaccaasi.com.


Jacob Rivkin (MFA '13) Photobook Selected For Davis Orton Gallery, Hudson, NY

Jacob Rivkin (MFA '13) has been selected to have his photobook, Our Share, included as part of the PHOTOBOOK 2012 juried exhibition at the Davis Orton Gallery in Hudson, NY.   

The exhibition dates are 11.16.12 -- 12.23.12.  

Davis Orton Gallery
114 Warren Street
Hudson, NY 

For more information, please visit davisortongallery.com or jacobrivkin.com


Kelsey Halliday Johnson (MFA '12) Exhibits at Delaware Art Museum

Kelsey Halliday Johnson, Agave, 2012
Kelsey Halliday Johnson (MFA '12) has been selected to participate in the Centennial Exhibition at the Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, DE.  

In November 2011, the Delaware Art Museum began celebrating 100 years of supporting the visual arts in its community through its collection, exhibitions, and programs.  The capstone of this celebration is the Centennial Exhibition.

An exhibition catalog is available through the museum which includes a statement from the curator, John B Ravenal about each of the participating artists' practices.

The Centennial Exhibition is on view 10.20.12 -- 01.13.13.

Delaware Art Museum
2301 Kentmere Parkway
Wilmington, DE

For more information and to view a flipbook of the show, please visit DelArt or www.kelseyhalliday.com.

Chloe Reison (MFA '12) Named Artist at Vox Populi, Philadelphia

Chloe Reison, Into Nothing, Video Still, 2012
Chloe Reison (MFA '12) has just been named one of the newest artists to join Vox Populi, Philadelphia.  

Vox Populi is an artist collective that works to support the challenging and experimental work of under-represented artist.

For more information on Reison's work, please visit chloeisadorareison.com


Brant Ritter (MFA '98) Unveils Architectural Installation, Philadelphia

Brant Ritter (MFA '98) and Brian Thoreen joined together to form Thoreen&Ritter a multi-disciplinary design firm based in Los Angeles.  Thoreen&Ritter will be unveiling an architectural installation entitled You're So Vain as part of the Caesarstone Pop-Up Tour on 10.11.12.

Caesarstone Pop-Up Tour
Penn’s Landing
301 South Christopher Columbus Blvd.

For more information, please visit Pop-Up Tour or www.thoreenandritter.com.


Demetrius Oliver (MFA '04) Exhibits at Hamilton College’s Wellin Museum, Clinton, NY

Demetrius Oliver (MFA '04) has been selected to exhibit in the show Affinity Atlas at Hamilton College’s Wellin Museum, Clinton, NY.  Oliver's contemporary orrery, an abstract, three- dimensional model of the solar system made from hanging umbrella spokes and studio scraps is juxtaposed by Issac Hollister Hall's nineteenth-century scientific prints of solar flares.

Curated by Ian Berry, Associate Director and Malloy Curator at the Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery at Skidmore College, Affinity Atlas draws inspiration from sixteenth- and seventeenth-century Wunderkammers—or cabinets of curiosities—and the pioneering work of art historian Aby Warburg.

Affinity Atlas is on view from 10.06.12 -- 04.07.13.

Hamilton College’s Wellin Museum
198 College Hill Road   
Clinton, NY

For more information, please visit Hamilton College or demetriusoliver.blogspot.com.


Rachael Pease (MFA '06) Solo Exhibition Dendritic Horizon, Montreal

Rachael Pease Correspondence
Rachael Pease (MFA '06) will present her solo exhibition Dendritic Horizon at Beaux-arts des Amériques in Montreal.  

The images in this exhibition, predominately rendered in ink and/or graphite on mylar, are meant to remind the viewer that so much goes on beyond what is visible in the world or what we choose to see.  

Dendritic Horizon is on view from 10.04.12 -- 11.03.12.  An opening reception will be held 10.11.12 from 5-7 pm.

Beaux-arts des Amériques

3944, rue St-Denis
Montréal, Québec

Please visit www.beauxartsdesameriques.com or rachaelpease.com for more information.


Sean Riley (MFA '04) Exhibits at The Arts Center of the Capital Region in Troy, NY

Sean Riley (MFA '04) will exhibit works in fabric, sculpture and painting at the Arts Center of the Capital Region in Troy, NY. 
Riley's show Everyday Will Be Sunday is on view 10.19 --12.21.12

An opening reception will be held 10.26.12 from 5-9 pm.

The Art Center of the Capital Region
265 River St
Troy, NY 12180
To see more of Riley's work please visit: www.polaresolare.net.

Mark Pease (MFA '03) Exhibits New Work at Las Manos Gallery, Chicago

Mark Pease, Ellipse Variations Installation
Mark Pease (MFA '03) will be showing new work in the group show Migrating at Las Manos Gallery, Chicago. The exhibition will run as part of Chicago October Artist Month.

Other artists include: Michelle Peterson-Albandoz, Michael McGuire, Juan Fernandez, Tricia Rumbolz, John Mosher, Paul Clark, Mieke Zuiderweg, Matthew Best, Jay Fernandez and Doug Reyes.

Migrating is on view from 10.05.12 -- 11.05.12.

Las Manos Gallery
5220 N. Clark St.
Chicago, IL

For more information, please visit www.lasmanosgallery.com or www.markpease.com.

Mikey Winsor (MFA '12) Exhibits New Work in the BFSDoA Alumni Invitational, Statesboro, GA

Mikey Winsor, Supervision
Mikey Winsor (MFA '12) will exhibit new work in the Betty Foy Sanders Department of Art (BFSDoA) Alumni Invitational at Georgia State Southern University in Statesboro, GA.   

BFSDoA Alumni Invitational is on view from 10.08.12 -- 11.07.12 at

Center for Art and Theatre

Georgia Southern University,
Statesboro, GA 

For more information on Winsor's work, please visit www.mikeywinsor.com.

Alexis Granwell (MFA '07) Lean To Exhibition Opening at Tiger Strikes Asteroid, Philadelphia

Alexis Gramwell, Lean To
Alexis Granwell (MFA '07) will be presenting sculptures and monumental prints made during a summer residency at one of the only ten foot-presses in the country this month at Tiger Strikes Asteroid, Philadelphia.
The works in Lean To depict metaphysical structures that have an ancient quality. They are beginnings, an infrastructure leading to the next complete event.  Working concurrently on both sculptures and prints, Granwell has a developed a provisional city of two and three-dimensional imagery that convulsively expands, erases, and erupts. 

Lean To runs from 10.05.12 -- 10.28.12 with an opening reception 10.05.12 from 6-10 p.m.

Tiger Strikes Asteroid
319A North 11th Street, Suite 2H

For more information, please visit  Gorky's Granddaughter and www.alexisgranwell.com.


Dan O'Neill (MFA '14) Exhibits Installation at Deborah Berke Partners, NYC

Dan O'Neill (MFA '14) will present Abacus, an installation, at Deborah Berke Partners in NYC.  An opening reception will be held 10.11.12 from 6:30 - 8:30 pm.  Abacus is on display until 11.16.12 and can be viewed by appointment.

Deborah Berke Partners
220 Fifth Avenue

To view more of O'Neill's work, please visit www.danoneillart.com.


Marc Blumthal (MFA '10), Pernot Hudson (MFA '06), and Matt Neff (MFA '05) Exhibit at Projects Gallery, Philadelphia

Projects Gallery, Philadelphia
Marc Blumthal (MFA '10), Pernot Hudson (MFA '06), and Matt Neff (MFA '05), will exhibit work at Projects Gallery, Philadelphia.  Projects Gallery partnered with the Brandywine Workshop to present Fresh Impressions, which draws attention to the breadth and depth of printmaking talent and innovative, new approaches. The combined efforts of local institutions and artists demonstrate the prominence of Philadelphia in the global field of printmaking.

Guest jurors Raphael Damast, Exhibitions Director, Taller Puertorriqueño; Rick De Coyte, co-founder, Silicon Gallery; Shelley Langdale, Associate Curator of Prints, Philadelphia Museum of Art; and Elizabeth F. Spungen, Executive Director, The Print Center reviewed some 350 works from around the world.  They selected 31 artists and more than 40 works that encompass a wide range of styles and media. 

  Other selected artists include:  Audrey Anastasi, Jean Burdick, Victoria Burge, Caitlin Cass, Nick Cassway, Tiberiu Chelcea, Kip Deeds, Kay Healy, Virginia Holmes, Marcus Howell, June Julian, NFN Kalyan, Joanna Kidd, Louise Kohrman, Katie Murken, Alexis Nutini, José A. Ortiz Pagán, Serena Perrone, Johnny Plastini, Thomas Pontone, Jenny Robinson, Jason Scuilla, Sarah Smelser, Shirley Steele, Hester Stinnett, Lenore Thomas, Eli VandenBerg, and Manuel Vermeire.

Fresh Impressions
will run 10.05 - 10.27.12 with a First Friday reception 10.05 from 6-9 PM. 

Projects Gallery
629 N. 2nd St.


Please visit www.marcblumthal.com, www.pernothudson.com, and mattneffonline.com for more information on their work.


mari jaye blanchard (MFA '05) Screens Animation at Philadelphia Film and Animation Festival

Bullets for Breakfast, mari jaye blanchard
mari jaye blanchard (MFA '05) will screen her animation Bullets for Breakfast at the Philadelphia Film and Animation Festival (PFAF).  Now in its seventh year, festival jurors received over 400 film entries from around the world. Bullets for Breakfast will be presented as part of the Shorts Showcase 6: Animation Apocalypse! beginning at 7:30 p.m. on 09.27.12.

PFAF runs from 09.27.12 --09.30.12. Bullets for Breakfast will be screening at:
International House Philadelphia Theater
3701 Chestnut Street

Please visit http://www.projecttwenty1.com/festival/pfaf and www.marijayeblanchard.com for more information.

Kelsey Halliday Johnson (MFA '12) Exhibits at Dow Visual Arts Gallery, Interlochen, MI

Dow Visual Arts Gallery, Interlochen Center for the Arts
Kelsey Halliday Johnson (MFA '12) will show work in the Interlochen Faculty Exhibition in Interlochen, Michigan.  The exhibit is part of the Information, Space, and Time Symposium taking place at Interlochen. The show also features the work of Melinda Zacher Ronayne, Director of the Visual Art department, Amy Long, Patty Smith, Jenny Boudreault, and Diane Dorn. 

Interlochen Faculty Exhibition runs from 09.21.12 -- 10.19.12.

Dow Visual Arts Gallery 
Interlochen Center for the Arts
Interlochen, Michigan
For more information, please visit www.interlochen.org or www.kelseyhalliday.com


Ivanco Talevski (MFA '08) Exhibits Work at Kutztown University, Kutztown, PA

Ivanco Talevski (MFA '08) was selected to participate in the Printmaking Invitational at Kutztown University, Kutztown, PA.  The exhibition was curated by KU professor Evan Summer.

The show includes work by Michael Goro, Richard Hricko, Frances Jetter, Endi Poskovic, Rosalyn Richards, Rostislav Spitkovsky, Rochelle Toner and Bruce Waldman.

The Printmaking Invitational runs from 09.06.12 -- 10.05.12 and can be viewed at:

Marlin and Regina Miller Art Gallery
Kutztown University of Pennsylvania
15200 Kutztown Road
Kutztown, PA


To view more of Talevski's work, please visit http://www.ivancotalevski.com.


Mohammadreza Mirzaei (MFA '14) Exhibits Work in Biel/Bienne Festival of Photography, Switzerland

Mohammadreza Mizaei, The Encounters, 2007–2008
Mohammadreza Mirzaei (MFA '14) has been selected to participate in the Biel/Bienne Festival of Photography in Switzerland.  The works that have been brought together under the theme of “see and be seen” explore photography’s ambivalent dialogue with the voyeuristic and exhibitionist gaze.This 16th edition of the festival shows various aspects of the intrusive gaze that is inherent to photography.

Biel/Bienne Festival of Photography runs from 09.07.12 --09.30.12.

Biel/Bienne Festival of Photography
Seevorstadt 71
2502 Biel


For more information on the show and Mirzaei, please visit
 http://2012.jouph.ch/en/exhibitions.178/se-and-be-seen.211.html  or www.mrmirzaei.com


Ceaphas Stubbs (MFA '13) in Group Show at Eponymy, Brooklyn

Ceaphas Stubbs, Apparition Reclined No. 2
Photographs by Ceaphas Stubbs (MFA '13) will be included in the group show Works at Eponymy in Brooklyn. Works presents various two-dimensional work from seven artists located throughout the country.  The exhibition explores the cross-section of experimentation, abstraction and a sensibility to move beyond conventions in both art and society.

Works was curated by Amani Olu and also includes the work of Conor Backman, Teresa Christiansen, Melanie Flood, Thomas Jackson, Anthony Smith, and Julia Staples.

Works opening reception will be on 09.12.12 from 7-9 pm.  The show runs through 08.31.13.

466 Bergen Street
Park Slope, Brooklyn, NY


UPenn Professor Joshua Mosley to Lecture at Rowan University, Glassboro, NJ

Martha Colburn, Myth Labs (animation still)
UPenn Animation Professor and Department Chair Joshua Mosley will lecture on the history of animation and his own stop motion work on Thursday, September 13 at 5 pm in the Bozorth Hall Theatre at Rowan University.  

The lecture is part of the exhibition Harsh Realities which examines the resilience of the human spirit.  Professor Mosley co-curated  the show with Jenn Thwing, Associate Professor of Art at Rowan University and Mary Salvante, Gallery and Exhibitions Program Director at Rowan.  Artists included in Harsh Realities are Martha Colburn, Eric Dyer, Laura Heit, Jennifer Levonian, Mickey Please, Allison Schulnik, Stacey Steers, Christopher Sullivan, and Karen Yasinsky.

Harsh Realities runs from 09.04.12 -- 10.06.12. 

Rowan University Art Gallery
Lower level of Westby Hall 
Route 322 
Glassboro, NJ



MFA Class of 2013 Exhibition at Charles Addams Gallery, UPenn

The MFA class of 2013 will present new work in the exhibition I Don't Question the Things You Do Anymore. Included in the show will be works by:
Stephanie Cheng
Caroline Claflin
Orlando de la Garza
Mark Dilks
Tara Fadenrecht
Elisa Gabor
Laine Godsey
Zenas Hutcheson
Christina Kerns
Alex Nguyen
Daniel Oliva
Jacob Rivkin
Matthew Segotta
Minmin Shi
Ceaphas Stubbs
Sarah Tortora
Toisha Tucker
Cristina Tufino Palmer
Tara White

I Don't Question the Things You Do Anymore will be on view from 09.14 – 9.27.12.  An opening reception will be held 09.14.12 from 5 – 7 pm at

Charles Addams Fine Arts Gallery
200 South 36th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104

For more information, contact fine-art@design.upenn.edu or visit www.pennexhibitions.com