Tuesday, January 18, 2011

North American Graduate Art Survey

Nash Gallery
Minneapolis, MN

January 18th - February 16th, 2011

Gregory Hayes' Primary Array #19 and Primary Array #56, have been selected to be part of the 2011 North American Graduate Art Survey. Receiving over 725 entries from 90 different schools representing 35 U.S. states and 5 Canadian provinces, Juror Bartholomew Ryan selected just 52 works to be on display!

University of Minnesota’s Department of Art is hosting its second North American Graduate Art Survey, a juried international exhibition of North American graduate student artwork. The exhibition will be open to all media, and to all current MFA candidates in Canada, Mexico and The United States. NAGAS, organized solely by graduate students for graduate students, will explore a diverse range of styles and points of view, representing the different cultures and backgrounds of emerging artists throughout North America.

NAGAS seeks to promote awareness of artwork being produced in graduate programs throughout North America. Our event not only promotes graduate art students and their professional goals, but also offers opportunities for the University of Minnesota community to access art outside of our area.

The exhibition is to be housed in the Katherine E. Nash Gallery in the Regis Center for Art, located in the University of Minnesota Arts Quarter..... read all