2020 Vision: Views from the MFA Class of 2020
This exhibition brings together more than a dozen artists who graduated from CCA in 2020, one of the most unusual and consequential years in the school's history. This show is organized by Graduate Fine Arts Associate Professor Glen Helfand and Katherine Jemima Hamilton (MA Visual and Critical Studies and MA Curatorial Practice 2022).
Curated Collection: Works on Paper
Rise Art, an online gallery for Contemporary Art based in London, UK, highlights Works on Paper, a collection of drawings, prints and paintings, all made with or on paper. Ranging from small-scale still life pieces, to vast mixed-media collages, the collection showcases work from some of the newest artists on the platform, as well as their more established artists.
Having Your MFA Show During a Pandemic with Artist Christine Lyon
Artist + Travel podcast, hosted by Sarah Thibault. In this episode, recorded in May 2020, Thibault talks with artist Christine Lyon about completing her MFA program at the start of the pandemic. Digressions include Alien, Psycho, and Vertigo, as well as Her Body and Other Parties by Carmen Maria Machado, and Unbearable Lightness of Being by Milan Kundera.
Titanic 2: Electric Boogaloo
Youyou Ma writes about her experience hosting Christine's "Titanic 2: Electric Boogaloo" in her home for between us, about them, an experimental dispersed exhibition featuring a diverse body of work from five artists who center the role of hybridity, identity, and multiplicity in their work.
Exceptional MFA Work From Three Northern California Art Schools
As part of a series on virtual MFA presentations across the country, Hyperallergic's senior editor Elisa Wouk Almino highlights some exceptional work from California College of the Arts, University of California, Davis, and California State University, Chico.
Yonkers as Gallery
Susan Hodara of The New York Times writes about Yonkers Arts Weekend (YAW), an annual showcase of local artists. In collaboration with the City of Yonkers and Sarah Lawrence College, Christine's work was featured in Public Appliance, a pop-up exhibition curated by Erin Fonseca and Leila Anna Wahba.