Master of Fine Art students at Arizona State University, who refer to themselves as “TAG” as in “The Art Grads” are opening their studio space for a two day event Friday April 10th and Saturday April 11th. The event is FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. Head down to the “Grand Street Studios” and check it out!
You will be able to tour the student’s workspaces located inside a repurposed warehouse. There will be plenty of art to see and to purchase as well in their red-tag art sale. Come check out live music by Devotion In Disarray and enjoy refreshments.
The show will be Friday night 6-9pm and Saturday 12-4pm. On Friday you will have an opportunity to have your portrait taken like it’s the 1860s at MFA Photography student Buzzy Sullivan‘s tintype portrait station. Saturday will feature a bronze casting demonstration by MFA Sculpture student John Tuomisto-Bell. He will be heating up bronze and pouring it into a mold to create a bronze sculpture. The show will include students from painting, drawing, fiber, intermedia, sculpture and photography emphasis areas.
Posted by Amy DeCaussin – Director of Projects & Social Media
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