Join the School of the Arts and McMaster Museum of Art in launching SUMMA 2021: QUIXOTIC. SUMMA is an annual exhibition that celebrates the hard work and dedication McMaster’s Studio Arts students put into their four years in the program. Curated by guest curator Alexis Moline and presented by the McMaster Museum of Art, QUIXOTIC will display work from the McMaster BFA Class of 2021, as well as virtual artist talks and more in celebration of their hard work and dedication over the past four years. In light of the covid-19 pandemic, this exhibition will again be presented virtually and will be available on our website on April 29th.
About the Exhibition
The 2021 SUMMA Exhibition explores the quixotic, all that is deemed idealistic, starry-eyed and impractical. Working and creating under unusual circumstances, quixoticism has become a liberating vehicle for these artists to explore and sharpen their craft. This show encapsulates the multiple ways that these bright young artists have adapted, grown and investigated the undeniable cruciality of art and quixotic perspective in tumultuous times.
Artists: Amanda Jameson, Antonella Mendola, Ashley Plante, Cait Gautron, Donna Nadeem, Eryn Penner, Evelyn Bohn, Javan Wellum, Jet Coghlan, Jill Letten, Juliana Duimstra, Julianna Biernacki, Lynda Dong, Mariana Quinn, Megan Mercier, Payton Husk, Selena Schaefer, Taylor Tabry-Dorzek, Teba Faisal
Check out the exhibit catalogue at https://mcmastersumma2021.com/.
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