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New Work From the Studio, Working Method Contemporary

Published March 3, 2014

The League of Graduate Students curates a new show featuring 14 MFA students pieces on Thursday March 6th from 6:30pm-8:30pm.

Working Method Contemporary is pleased to announce the opening of r&d: New Work From the Studio, featuring 14 Master of Fine Arts candidates in Studio Art at Florida State University. The exhibition will be on view from March 6th until March 29th, with an opening reception on Thursday, March 6th 2014 from 6:30-8:30pm. The reception is free and open to the public. Working Method Contemporary is located inside the Carnaghi Arts Building (CAB) at 2214 Belle Vue Way, Tallahassee, Fl 32303. This inaugural show for the year 2014 in WMC’s new location at the Carnaghi Arts Building is meant to present these artists brand new works. The stipulation for all pieces, initiatives, and performances is that all work must have been made this year and be very new to the creator; to the point of the piece perhaps still being in progress both aesthetically, conceptually, or both.

The pieces being exhibited by these 14 artists reveal a sample of the broad range of artistic practices taking place at the graduate level at FSU. The disciplines featured in this exhibition run the gamut of photography, painting, drawing, ceramics, sculpture, installation, social practice/dialogical art, live and documented performances, as well as an interdisciplinary approach to mediums outside of their conventional field. In conjunction with WMC, the Phyllis Straus Gallery for the Bachelor of Fine Arts students at Florida State University, also
located in the Carnaghi Arts Building, will have an opening of a new show on view the same night with recent work and exciting performances by its very own students.

2214 Belle Vue Way, Tallahassee, Fl 32304
Opening reception Thursday, March 6th, 2014 from 6:30-8:30pm
Parking is located in front of the Carnaghi Arts Building.
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