The USC Roski School of Art and Design welcomes the public to visit the newly expanded Roski Graduate Building, located in the heart of the Los Angeles Arts District. The enlarged facility adds 10,000 square feet to the existing space that opened in the fall of 2018 and now houses all three graduate programs: MFA Art, MFA Design, and MA Curatorial Practices.
The Roski Graduate Open House presents new dedicated studios, meeting spaces, and shared workspaces for creative collaborations. The event showcases the diverse practices of the Roski graduate students, including graphic and industrial design, drawing, painting, photography, sculpture, performance art, installation, video and intermedia.
Guests may visit the new space — completed one month ago — to see the dedicated studios for the MFA Art 2020 and 2021 cohorts and view current projects. In the MA Curatorial Practices space, the 2020 candidates offer an in-depth presentation of the curating process entailed in their recent exhibition one never remembers alone, on view through Feb. 2 in the Roski Graduate Gallery.
The event also features an exhibition showcasing works of art by the MFA Art 2020 candidates. This will serve as a preview for the forthcoming individual 2020 MFA Art candidate thesis exhibitions, to be held February through May. The exhibitions will present the intellectual and creative talent of these emerging artists.
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