At This Time: 2023 MFA/BFA Showcase
The Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art at Portland State University presents At This Time: 2023 MFA/BFA Showcase, an exhibition of work by the 2023 graduates of the Master of Fine Arts in Contemporary Art Practices programs (Studio Practice and Art + Social Practice) and the Bachelor of Fine Arts in Art Practice in the PSU School of Art + Design. The exhibition runs May 23 through June 10, 2023, with a public reception on Thursday, May 25, from 5 – 7 pm at JSMA at PSU.
Gallery talks by BFA students will be held throughout the exhibition, during the following times:
Tuesday, May 23 and May 30, 2–5 pm
Thursday, May 25 and June 1, 2–5 pm
Caryn Aasness, Rose Allison, Nadia Belov, Madeline Blackham, Maxwell Boonstra, Ashlie Brazell, Georgia/George Bryant, Skye Camalari, Diana Marcela Cuartas, Travis D’Amico, Laura Glazer, Andrea K. Hendrickson, Kapua Jinbo, Becca Kauffman, Liz Lachmar, Francie Lefebvre, Mohabbat Khatibnia-Mansouri, Melanie Martinez, Safiyah Hunter Hassouneh, Shea Meyerson, Schuyler Nefcy, Taya Thy Nguyen, Justin Phillip, Jamie Phillips, Alejandro D. Ponce, Kendra Rodman, Ernesto Rodriguez, Rae Sheridan, Júlia Sodré, Kiara Walls, and Alexis Wilson
PSU School of Art + Design
Driven by a belief in the power of art to shape society, Portland State University’s School of Art + Design and its dynamic faculty provide a place where emerging artists, designers, and art historians can question, create, reflect and learn. With over 1,100 undergraduate majors, a vibrant and growing graduate program, and a faculty of internationally recognized artists, designers, and scholars, PSU’s School of Art + Design brings students from a variety of backgrounds together to exchange ideas and cross conventional aesthetic boundaries. Whether in the studio, computer lab, lecture hall, or working in the community via internships, service projects, exhibitions, and collaborations, our students have the opportunity to forge connections between traditions of visual art and their own developing expression.
JSMA at PSU
Located in downtown Portland on the South Park Blocks, the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art at Portland State University opened its 7,500 square foot space in November 2019. Developed as a cultural hub for university students, the Portland community, and visitors to the city, the museum aspires to make art and culture accessible to new audiences through engaging programs and exhibitions that feature local, national, and international artists. The museum provides free admission year-round to all visitors.