Alumni News

Disturbing Innocence


Disturbing Innocence

October 25th 2014 – January 31st 2015
FLAG Art Foundation

Over 60 artists curated by Eric Fischl. Including artist Bonnie Collura (MFA).

No Pilota


No Pilota

Yevgeniya Baras, James Fischetti, Beka Goedde,Patrick Groth,
Veronique Leriche-Fischetti, and Thomas Simon (MFA)

SHOW ROOM | Gowanus

Opening on Friday September 26, 2014, From 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
On View September 26, 2014 – October 26, 2014 

Radio Galaxy

Valerie Molnar, Matt Spahr, and Amy Chan- “Radio Galaxy”

Radio Galaxy

Amy Chan (MFA), Valerie Molnar (MFA) and Matt Spahr (MFA).

University of Virginia, McIntire Department of Art, Ruffin Gallery

October 10th – December 12th, 2014

Please join us for the opening reception on October 31 from 5:30 – 7:30pm.

Performance Night at Essex


Leah Beeferman and Alina Tenser (MFA)

Oct 7th 7:30PM, performances begin @ 8PM

365 Grand St.


Taking Off: Hot New Painters

Backman Orange and Blue Painting PM

Conor Backman (BFA) ● Patrick Berran ● Beth Gilfilen ● Nicole Mauser ● Amanda Valdez

September 12 – October 31, 2014

Opening Reception for the Artists
: Friday, September 12, 2014  
7 – 9 pm

a once imagined ocean


new sculpture by David McQueen (MFA)

Kim Foster Gallery
529 West 20th Street
New York City

September 11- October 11, 2014

Reception Thursday September 11, 6-8pm



30/30_IAP July 2014 

Look and Listen Galerie
Ancient poudrerie, St Chamas 13250, France
7/26/2014 – 9/20/2014

30/30 is a growing collective collection of unique small-scale artworks by invited artists from around the globe. Works selected by Tilman Hoepfl.

Featuring works by: Mike Asente (BFA 1982) & Monique Luchetti (BFA 1981)

The first edition of 30/30-IAP was presented at Minusspace, Brooklyn,NY. Following venues include PS Projects (Amsterdam/NL), Moins-un (Paris/FR), ABContemporary Gallery (Zuerich/SUI), NOI (Dolceacqua/IT).

Fuzzy Kudzu


Ralph Eaton (BFA 1987): Fuzzy Kudzu
Taubman Museum of Art
Roanoke, Va
July 22, 2014 - January 17, 2015

Tournament of Kudzu Parade


Ralph Eaton (BFA 1987)


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A Performance and Installation by Andrew Brehm (MFA 2011)

On view August 1 – August 23, 2014
opening on First Friday, August 1st
Live performances by the artist at 6:30pm and 8pm on opening night.

319 North 11th St,
2nd Floor #2G,
Philadelphia, PA 19107, USA

PRACTICE welcomes guests to the Paleolithic Period to view the final resting place for two nearly extinct cave people.

Andrew Brehm’s Hominine takes viewers cave-deep into a prehistoric lovers-stalemate through sculptures and live audio works. Hominine is installation as a sitcom of objects, each part humorously lampooning the eternal struggle of long-term relationships, investment strategies, and modernization. Join the artist for two live-reading performances on opening night or enjoy the sculpture as a recording throughout the month of August.

About the Artist
Andrew Brehm is an installation and performanced-based artist, currently residing in New York who often produces work using the medium of video production. Brehm has shown nationally at galleries in New Orleans, New York, Baltimore and Philadelphia in his native state of Pennsylvania. He holds an MFA in Sculpture and Extended Media from Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA and a BFA in Studio Furniture from Kutztown University of Pennsylvania. Brehm was recently a contestant on HGTV’s Craft Wars with Tori Spelling and is a member of the adjunct faculty at Kutztown University. His projects can be enjoyed on the web at