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October 2022

| Mon, October 10, 2022 | 7 PM

Visiting Artist Lecture: Elliot Jerome Brown, Jr.

Elliott Jerome Brown Jr. (b. 1993, Baldwin, New York) is an artist, photographer, and educator currently based in Queens, New York. In his personal practice, he uses photography to explore representation through privacy and fiction. Occasionally the work turns away from standard archival prints to examine photography as a sculptural, redactive, and site-specific process.

| October 12, 2022 - October 25, 2022

MFA Visual Arts Thesis Exhibition II: Breaking Down the Sun

Original work in a variety of media by our graduating MFA artists.
Reception: October 13, 6–9 p.m.

| Wed, October 19, 2022 | 7 PM

Visiting Artist Lecture: Guadalupe Rosales

Guadalupe Rosales (b.1980, Los Angeles; lives and works in Los Angeles) is a multidisciplinary artist and educator best  known for her community generated archival projects, “Veteranas and  Rucas” and “Map Pointz,” found on social media. Rosales received an MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2016.

| Wed, October 26, 2022 | 7 PM

Visiting Artist Lecture: Baseera Khan

Baseera Khan is a New York-based performance, sculpture, and installation artist who makes work to discuss materials and their economies, the effects of this relationship to labor, family structures, religion, and spiritual well being. Khan is currently working on a public art commission on The High Line for fall 2023. Khan mounted their first museum solo exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum of Art, New York (2021-22), and opened their first solo touring exhibition in Houston, Texas at Moody Arts Center for the Arts, Rice University (2022-2023).

November 2022

| Wed, November 2, 2022 | 7 PM

Visiting Artist Lecture: Jason Hirata

Jason Hirata was born in Seattle, Washington in 1986. His work examines forms of recognition in spaces of alienated labor and argues that if we think of contingency, heteronomy, and affectability not as a mere condition of the artist, but as fundamental to the materiality of art, then it is necessary to think about these conditions as constitutive support. He has exhibited at Fanta MLN, Milan;Kunstverein Nürnberg; Artists Space; Svetlana, New York; 80WSE at NYU; Theta, New York; and Ulrik, New York.

| November 07, 2022 - November 21, 2022

Undergraduate Annual Exhibition

Reception: November 10, 6-9 p.m. Gallery Hours Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday: 10 a.m.–4 p.m. Thursday: 10 a.m.–6 p.m. Saturday: 10 a.m.–5 p.m. Hours vary during university holidays. Note: Admission to Mason Gross Galleries is free…

| Mon, November 7, 2022 | 7 PM

Visiting Artist Lecture: Steffani Jemison

Steffani Jemison was born in Berkeley, California and raised in CIncinnati, Ohio. Her work has been the subject of solo exhibitions and special projects at JOAN Los Angeles (2022), Contemporary Art Center Cincinnati (2021), the Everson Museum (2021), the Stedelijk Museum (2019), Nottingham Contemporary (2018), Jeu de Paume and CAPC Bordeaux (both 2017), MoMA, New York (2015), RISD Museum, Providence (2015), and LAXART, Los Angeles (2013) among others.

| Wed, November 16, 2022 | 7 PM

Visiting Artist Lecture: Rindon Johnson

Rindon Johnson is an artist and poet. Johnson has presented solo exhibitions at The Albertinum (Dresden), Chisenhale Gallery (London), The Julia Stoschek Collection (Düsseldorf) and the SculptureCenter (Long Island City), among others. He is the author of Nobody Sleeps Better Than White People (Inpatient, 2016), the VR book, Meet in the Corner (Publishing-House.Me, 2017), Shade the King (Capricious, 2017), The Law of Large Numbers: Black Sonic Abyss (Chisenhale, Inpatient, SculptureCenter 2021) and most recently Ever Given (Inpatient and Francois Ghebaly, 2022). He was born on the unceded territories of the Ohlone people. He lives in Berlin.

| Wed, November 30, 2022 | 7 PM

Visiting Artist Lecture: Constantina Zavitsanos

Constantina Zavitsanos works in sculpture, performance, text, and sound to elaborate debt, dependency, and means beyond measure. Zavitsanos has exhibited at the New Museum, Brooklyn Museum, Artists Space, The Kitchen, and Participant Inc (New York), at Arika (Glasgow), and HKW (Berlin). With Park McArthur, they wrote “Other Forms of Conviviality” in Women & Performance (Routledge), and “The Guild of the Brave Poor Things” in Trap Door: Trans Cultural Production and the Politics of Visibility (MIT Press). Zavitsanos is a Foundation for Contemporary Art’s Roy Lichtenstein Awardee (2021) and a 2022 Keith Haring Fellow in Art & Activism at CCS/Bard College. They live in New York and teach at the New School.

December 2022

| December 03, 2022 - December 15, 2022

MFA First Year Exhibition

Reception: December 8, 6-9 p.m. Gallery Hours Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday: 10 a.m.–4 p.m. Thursday: 10 a.m.–6 p.m. Saturday: 10 a.m.–5 p.m. Hours vary during university holidays. Note: Admission to Mason Gross Galleries is free…

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