April 26–May 1, 2022
The Yale School of Art is pleased to announce the 2022 Photography MFA thesis exhibition Romance Action Mystery, for which a comprehensive website is now available here.
The exhibition features work by 2022 MFA graduates in Photography: Emily Barresi, Dylan Beckman, Amartya De, Anabelle DeClement, Eileen Emond, Ian Kline, Chinaedu Nwadibia, Brian Orozco, Rosa Polin, and Jessica Tang. The exhibition identity and website for Romance Action Mystery was created by Hannah Tjaden and Mike Tully, Graphic Design MFAs ‘22.
The yearly MFA thesis shows at the Yale School of Art are the product of two years of intense artistic development and present the outcomes of a studio-based curriculum that emphasizes the value of critical interaction. The actual exhibit of the 2022 MFA thesis show in Photography was on display to current Yale students from April 26 to May 1, 2022, in accordance with Yale University’s COVID safety regulations.
About the Yale School of Art
In the setting of a liberal arts institution, the Yale School of Art offers students academically informed, practical education in the use of a variety of visual arts media. The Yale School of Art has a long and illustrious history of producing artists of the highest level as a part of the first higher education institution to successfully include a studio-based curriculum within such a broad pedagogical framework. A varied cross-section of successful visiting artists work in tandem with a full-time faculty of working artists to develop a curriculum and create an environment that allows for the development of each student’s special skills and viewpoints.
The school currently offers graduate degrees, and undergraduate-level art courses to Yale College students, in the areas of graphic design, painting/printmaking, photography, and sculpture.
Emily Barresi, Dylan Beckman, Amartya De, Anabelle DeClement, Eileen Emond, Ian Kline, Chinaedu Nwadibia, Brian Orozco, Rosa Polin, Jessica Tang.