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AIB MFA Alumni Biennial Exhibition “Objectified”

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I am pleased to announce my painting Diffraction is in this alumni show.

Below is a video about the exhibition produced by the curatorial committee.

And here is a link to the exhibition catalog on




Lesley University’s Art Institute of Boston invites you to experience the unique interpretations of more than 120 talented AIB MFA Alumni from across the United States and beyond as they come together to create one of the largest exhibitions in New England this year. The exhibit, entitled “Objectified,” opens Friday, January 4th at Washburn Hall, 10 Phillips Place, Cambridge, with an opening reception from 6 to 9 p.m. The exhibition will run through January 12th.

The theme for this year’s Biennial—“Objectified”—challenges the AIB artists to explore the dynamic range of power inherent in objectifying a subject or conversely, by focusing intently and decisively on a single object. More than 300 people visited the first MFA Alumni exhibition opening, and the University is expecting this event to be just as spectacularly attended.

The AIB MFA Alumni have orchestrated this group exhibition in cooperation with Lesley University as a celebration of the diversity and strength of the creative bonds forged in AIB’s intensive low-residency MFA program. This exhibition is also dedicated toward fostering deeper ties between AIB and the main Lesley University campus as AIB prepares to transition to its new location in Porter Square, Cambridge, MA.

To follow the progress of the show, please visit the exhibition’s Facebook page:


Show runs January 4 – 12 2013
Opening Reception:
Friday, January 4, 2013 7pm-10pm

Lesley University, Washburn Hall
10 Phillips Place
Cambridge, MA 02138
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Written by Lynda Schlosberg

November 13th, 2012 at 9:19 am

Posted in Exhibitions

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