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A Virtual Reception with Elizabeth M. Claffey, Rania Matar, David Plunkert and Herron’s 2020 M.F.A. graduates

Originally published in the events section of the Herron School of Art & Design webpage.

Join Joseph Mella, Director and Curator of the Herron Galleries, for a virtual reception as we celebrate our newest exhibitions with artists Elizabeth M. Claffey, Rania Matar, David Plunkert and recent M.F.A. graduates.

Herron’s 2020 M.F.A. graduates are Kennedy Conner, Frank Mullen, Adam Rathbun, Hailey Shick, Sarah Strong and Denise Troyer.

The virtual reception will take place via Zoom from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 12, featuring the exhibiting artists. This event is free and open to the public with advance registration. Register to attend this free event.

Rania Matar, “Betsy and Madi, Watertown,
Massachusetts” from the series “Unspoken
Conversations”, 2016, archival pigment on
print fiber paper, 30 inces x 25-1/5 inches

Visit HerronGalleries.org for more up to date information on health and safety protocols, exhibitions, virtual tours, gallery hours and parking.

ABOUT THE EXHIBITIONS

The Graduate Thesis Exhibition presents the work of students who completed their Master of Fine Arts in May 2020. The exhibition will open on Nov. 4, 2020, and will remain on display in the Berkshire, Reese and Paul Galleries until Jan. 16, 2021.

Sponsored in part by Aurora PhotoCenter, A Tacit Inheritancefeatures two distinct bodies of work by Elizabeth M. Claffey and Rania Matar, both addressing the concepts of identity and memory through wider experiences of women across generations and cultures. A Tacit Inheritance will open on Nov. 4, 2020, and will remain on display in the Marsh Gallery until Jan. 10, 2021.

Visual Communi-gator is the first in Herron’s new series of exhibitions to examine the best of today’s illustrators and shows David Plunkert uniquely engaging vision through a variety of illustrations and studies. The exhibition will open on Nov. 4, 2020, and will remain on display in the Basile Gallery until March 13, 2021. Free

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