BRENDA CLIVE JULIE RICHARD TINA
August 23, 2018
The Low-Residency MFA program in Visual Studies at Pacific Northwest College of Art (PNCA) presents BRENDA CLIVE JULIE RICHARD TINA, the thesis exhibition of work by the program’s graduating students. The exhibition opens August 2, 2018 with a reception from 6:00–8:00pm and will be on view until August 11, 2018. Each of the five artists, Brenda Whitehill Schlenker, Clive James, Julie Winter, Richard S. Boswell, and Tina Sparkles will present new work created in partial fulfillment of the requirements for their MFA degrees.
The students worked with Hope Svenson, Director of Exhibitions and Curator at Yale Union in Portland, OR, to select and present their work for this exhibition. Svenson curated the group exhibition MOMMY and has worked on every exhibition at Yale Union since its inception in 2011. Svenson holds a B.A. from Hampshire College and a Master of Environmental Design from the Yale University School of Architecture. Most recently, she curated the Cathy Wilkes exhibition at Yale Union.
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