“The Book Show” An exhibition of books by students in the MFA Illustration as Visual Essay Department. Based on personal experiences, the works on view include children’s books, graphic novels and comic books and explore themes from treasure-hunting to hydrophobia. Curated by Department Chair Marshall Arisman and faculty member Carl Nicholas Titolo.
“Credible Correspondence (Travels of the Imagination)” In an age when letter writing has all but disappeared, the postcard endures as a form of personal correspondence, connecting people through time and space. This exhibition of works by first- and second-year students in the MFA Illustration as Visual Essay Department features found and fabricated postcards, all bearing the marks of passage and postage. Curated by faculty member Carl Nicholas Titolo.
“The Call of Cthulhu” An exhibition of sequential narratives based on the 1928 horror story The Call of Cthulhu by H.P. Lovecraft. Unified only in their depiction of “the ultimate monster,” the images take many forms, including paintings on wood, ink drawings, watercolors and digital compositions of typography. Curated by faculty member Viktor Koen. An exhibition of work by students in the BFA Visual and Critical Studies Department including painting, photography, video, drawing, collage and artist’s books. Curated by Department Chair Tom Huhn.