Ohio University

‘Silver Lining’ displays new art from second-year MFA candidates in the School of Art + Design

Published: October 30, 2020 Author: Staff reports

The School of Art + Design presents an exhibition by second year master of fine arts candidates in Ceramics, Graphic Design, Painting + Drawing, Photography + Integrated Media, Printmaking, and Sculpture + Expanded Practice. The show, “Silver Lining,” opened to the public Oct. 27 and runs until Dec. 5 in the Ohio University Art Gallery, located on the fifth floor of Seigfred Hall. 

This exhibition is a platform for the second year MFA candidates of Ohio University to present finished projects from their studio practice. Works from a wide array of mediums and research areas will be displayed.

The second year MFA candidates are as follows: Hala Talal Fahmi Abubaker, Fiona Avocado, Vanessa Bahr, Sarah Baker, Emily Connell, Lily Erb, Christin Fanelli, Kelly Hanning, Kayla Holdgreve, Todd Jones, Amina Kassim, James Mullens Jr., Daniel Asamoah Opoku, Hattie Phillips, Gina Pisto, Marissa Stewart, Yoon Surl, and Kath Yarkosky.

Ohio University Art Gallery hours are Tuesday from noon to 4 p.m., Thursday from 3 to 7 p.m., and Saturday from noon to 4 p.m. 

COVID protocol and precautions require visitors to follow OHIO procedure. Please fill out the Visitor Approval Form before visiting the exhibition at the Ohio University Art Gallery.

For students and faculty with managed access, please be sure to add your gallery visit to the shared calendar (Gallery is SGFD-536) and complete the exit form located at the gallery monitor desk. 

Follow the gallery on Instagram and Facebook @ohiouniversityartgalleries and Twitter @ohiouartgallery for up-to-date listings. For more information, visit this exhibition’s website at ousilverlining.weebly.com