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“Drawn Out, Drawn Over: Mapping the Territory of Experience”


At Brentwood Arts Exchange, a New Exhibition Stretches the Limits of Drawing As a Medium By Erin Devine As children, we all learn to communicate with drawing. In material and process, it’s so accessible that we can take it for granted as a fine art or fail to grasp its essential role in the conceptual […]

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The Washington Post reviews ‘Above the Horizon’ work by Nikki Brugnoli


In the galleries: A ‘Homage to Hillary’ is repurposed By Mark Jenkins December 15, 2016 Originally billed as a tribute to the first female president, Marsha Mateyka Gallery’s “Homage to Hillary” was retitled “8 Women” after Nov. 8. Nothing else had to change, because the work is apolitical. Nature, architecture and Chopin are among the […]

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Alumnus Nicholas Collier, first NPAF Veteran Artist in Residence at Big Bend National Park


Big Bend National Park Announces first U.S. Veteran-Artist Nick Collier as 2016 Artist in Residence National Parks Arts Foundation begins nationwide Veterans-in-the-Arts Program EL PASO, TEXAS, USA, November 15, 2016 /EINPresswire.com/ — BIG BEND NATIONAL PARK, TEXAS — It is 2004, Eastern Afghanistan. A young marine is driving on dark roads to pick up and […]

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Professor Wrbican in The Studio Visit


By Isabel Manalo Sue Wrbican‘s studio is nestled in the Arts Walk at Monroe Street Market a project developed by CulturalDC. The studios are located in the Brookland neighborhood of N.E. Washington D.C. just steps from Catholic University. This area has experienced a surge of commercial development over the past few years not least of […]

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REMIX – Alumni Exhibition 2016


Welcome to the School of Art Alumni Reunion BBQ on October 15! The George Mason University School of Art cordially invites all graduates (undergraduate and graduate students) to join us for an intimate barbecue in the Sculpture Yard to celebrate Alumni Weekend. The weekend festivities will include a large art exhibition featuring recent alumni work—from […]

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“Natural Fact” exhibit opens at School of Art


By Emily Verbiest, Staff Writer Formidable yet inviting, Emilie Brzezinski’s lofty wood sculptures elegantly tower over onlookers in the Fine Arts Gallery. The room’s glossy grey floors and sleek white walls create an industrial atmosphere that sharply contrasts the rugged and organic wooden textures of Brzezinski’s pieces, resulting in an especially enticing exhibit. From now […]

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Graduate & Alumni Spotlight

Alumnus Nicholas Collier is Gettysburg’s new artist-in-residence

January 30, 2017 Herald-Mail Media GETTYSBURG, Pa. — Gettysburg National Military Park’s artist-in-residence for January and February is Nicholas Collier, a U.S. Military veteran who will pursue photography, sculpture and filmmaking during his residency. Collier received his Bachelor of Fine Arts in 2012 from George Mason University in Virginia and his Master of Fine Arts […]

Faculty Spotlight

Professor Karametou from Greece to Connecticut

The latest exhibitions from Professor Karametou.  — “The Right to Be Human” Exhibition, National Center of Contemporary Art, Thessaloniki, Greece. January 18 – February 28, 2017 // Opening: January 19 Curators: H. Savopoulos and T. Vrachopoulos The museum will add Professor Karametou’s work to its permanent collection after this exhibition closes. Artist Statement: “I did […]