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Emily Browne MFA Exhibition: here we are

Emily Browne will be exhibiting her Masters of Fine Arts thesis show, here we are, in the Helen E. Copeland Gallery at the School of Art at Montana State University from April 4-8, 2011.

There will be a public thesis defense at 11:00 am in the gallery on April 4th, and an artist’s reception on Thursday, April 7th from 7:00 – 9:00 pm.

Browne’s thesis is comprised of large-scale figurative drawings. The work addresses ideas of relationships, memory, familiarity and space.

The Helen E. Copeland Gallery is open Monday – Friday, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm. For more information, contact the artist at efbrowne@gmail.com.

2011 MFA Thesis Exhibition schedule

The Helen E. Copeland Gallery would like to invite you to the 2011 MFA Thesis exhibitions.  Sukha Worob, April Marie Hale, LA Hoffman and Emily Browne are the 2011 candidates presenting for a Master of Fine Arts at Montana State University – Bozeman.  Each candidate will be exhibiting their work at the Helen E. Copeland Gallery.  All exhibitions and receptions are free and open to the public.

The public is also invited to attend candidate’s oral defense in the Helen E. Copeland Gallery; dates and times for each candidate are listed below.

The Helen E. Copeland Gallery is located on the second floor of Haynes Hall.  Attached is a PDF of the MSU Campus Map – Haynes Hall is highlighted in yellow, the nearest adjacent parking lots are highlighted in blue and the University Campus Police, where you may purchase daily parking passes, is highlighted in red.  Please note that the parking passes are required for parking during the business day (6AM – 6PM).  Parking in these lots is free after 6PM. Gallery Hours are: Monday – Friday, 9AM – 5PM.

2011 MFA THESIS EXHIBITION SCHEDULE

Sukha Worob
AGAIN AND AGAIN
Exhibition dates: Monday March 7 – Friday March 11, 2011
Defense: Monday March 7, 11AM
Reception: Thursday March 10, 7 – 9PM

April Marie Hale
Nature of the Human Animal
Exhibition dates: Monday March 21 – Friday March 25, 2011
Defense: Monday March 21, 11AM
Reception: Thursday March 24, 7 – 9PM

LA Hoffman
Appropriate Disruptions
Exhibition dates: Monday March 28 – Friday April 1, 2011
Defense: Monday March 28, 11AM
Reception: Thursday March 31, 7 – 9PM

Emily Browne
Here we are.
Exhibition dates: Monday April 4 – Friday April 8, 2011
Defense: Monday April 4, 11AM
Reception: Thursday April 7, 7 – 9PM

RAW: MSU students @ Danforth

RAW, an exhibition of recent work by five returning Montana State University graduate students, will be on display at the Danforth Gallery in Livingston from May 21st- June 22nd. An artist reception will be held Friday May 21, 5:30-8:30 PM.

Sukha Worob, Emily Browne, Shannon Berg, April Hale, and Lorie Hoffman are returning to the Danforth Gallery after completing their second year with the School of Art at MSU. “We are eager to have these talented young artist back for their second group show at the Danforth this year”, said Traci Isaly, the Danforth Gallery Director. “These students present work that is fresh, unfiltered, and deliberate. As they evolve through the program at MSU, it is interesting to watch their progression in terms of style, themes and subtle variations of those themes, over time. What transpires over the course of their 3-year journey to an MFA degree is exciting as well as engaging. We are delighted to partner with these young artists and share their progression with our members as well as the general public”, said Isaly.

See the Danforth web site for further information.

MSU Graduate Students 09 @ The Emerson

The exhibiting artists include sculptor Shannon Berg, exhibiting large drawings; 2-D artist Emily Browne, showing figurative paintings/drawings; Lorie Hoffman, op art paintings; April Hale, conceptual “jewelry” that combines cast and fabricated metal objects with appropriated mixed media; and Sukha Worob, prints with a “pop art” influence. The exhibiting artists employ both traditional and contemporary techniques with the scale ranging from the intimacy of jewelry to expansive paintings. Some artists focus on a purely aesthetic and optical experience while others promote concepts and emotions that are essential to appreciating the work.

MSU student art show @ Danforth Gallery

Trace: An exhibition of recent work from graduate and undergraduate students of the Montana State University School of Art will be on display at the Danforth Gallery in Livingston from May 22nd- June 23rd.

The exhibition was organized by Traci Isaly and curated by Rollin Beamish, Assistant Professor of Painting at MSU-Bozeman. While the work of these young artists is formally diverse, it is nonetheless unified by a certain resonance, a searching or questioning about the very nature of our existence as cultured beings, and a meditation on the after-effects of our presence within our natural and cultural landscape. Whether figurative, non-objective, or a mixture of both, each artist is hunting for an elusive understanding, and the works they produce can be read as clues or “traces” along the way; open-ended statements that act more as invitations for participation than definitive claims, asking viewers to share in this inquisitiveness.

Participating artists include: Shannon Berg, Emily Browne, Gretchen Bundy, Crystal Carpenter, April Hale, Lorie Hoffman, Thane Lund, and Sukha Worob. There will be an artist reception on the evening of Friday May 22nd from 5:30 – 8:00 p.m. The Danforth Gallery is located at 106 N. Main Street. For more information contact the gallery at 406-222-6510.