(Image Courtesy of the University of Connecticut)

Today UConn’s annual MFA Art Sale is live! This sale supports the MFA Studio Art Program’s thesis exhibition in New York City. This tradition offers a range of high-quality 2D and 3D work by past and current faculty, graduate students, and alumni, at affordable prices. The sale itself is donation based and features work from a facet of disciplines. The works span a breadth of media, including photography, painting, screenprinting, lithography, illustration, and performance documentation. The MFA Art Sale spans until the end of January, with special promotions offered around the holidays.

UConn’s MFA Art program supports a broad range of art-making including, painting/drawing, installation/performance, photography/video, printmaking, and sculpture/ceramics. Its international faculty and superior facilities in a rural environment are centrally located in Southern New England for easy day trips to New York, Boston, Providence, Hartford, and New Haven. The three-year program culminates with an exhibition in a New York City gallery and a thesis exhibition in UConn’s William Benton Museum of Art.

Please check out the sale, and consider helping out a thriving program in exchange for owning a beautiful piece of work.

Visit the sale and subscribe for updates at www.uconnartmfasale.com.

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