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A Conversation on the State of Queer Art
Associate Professor Bret Reichman and former student Daniel Samaniego (MFA, 2011) consider their perspectives on queer art and how they're subverting realism.
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SFAI connects students to the world of art and criticism, positioning them to become future culture-makers and thought-leaders.
A look inside Feathered Changes, Serpent Disappearances. On view through July 30 at Walter and McBean Galleries.
Discover diverse practices, perspectives, and processes with graduating MFA artists Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, Francis Calimlim, and Marcela Pardo Ariza.
"What does it mean to have 'work' that’s 'art' versus 'work' that’s 'labor?'”
Explore Kaitlin Trataris' (MFA 2016) art/work, which examines food as a source to critique American ideologies and inequalities.
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