San Francisco Art Institute Graduate Open Studios

by Admin on 04/17/2012

On Saturday, April 14, San Francisco Art Institute graduate students in the Dogpatch neighborhood opened their studios to the public, providing visitors to this one-day only event with a unique look at the experiments and challenges within disparate media, and a chance to see the visually stunning results of the creative processes the students have undertaken throughout their academic career.

Over 200 MFA, Dual Degree, and Post-Baccalaureate students engaged with the arts enthusiasts, discussing their work and intent throughout the day. The assortment of artwork included various forms of painting, photography, printmaking, sculpture, installation, performance, and digital media. Also on view were various solo exhibitions within the larger art spaces on the floor by graduate students.