"Hair|Heir" art thesis focuses on the power of memory

Running from Monday, March 25 until March 29, George Mason University’s School of Art will be showcasing Stephanie Booth’s thesis exhibition, “Hair|Heir” in the Fine Arts Building’s first floor gallery. The exhibit focuses on Booth’s unique blend of mixed media within mediums of photography, video, and fiber art.

Currently a graduate lecturer at Mason and an adjunct professor at Northern Virginia Community College, Booth has spent over two years on her project.

Exhibit showcases student photography

Running from now until the end of March, George Mason University’s School of Art will be showcasing works by student photographers in the Johnson Center, Gallery 123. The exhibit is a final portfolio of the AVT 353 course under the instruction of Professor Peggy Feerick.  The gallery highlights eight students’ unique pieces covering a variety of different themes and subject matters.

"In Unison" showcases work of 20 D.C.-based artists

On Wednesday Feb. 6,  George Mason University’s Mason Hall Atrium Gallery buzzed with excitement as artists, art students and art aficionados visited the opening reception for the final exhibition of the art series "In Unison" that featured work by 20 Washington, D.C.-based artists.

Art exhibit draws on themes of time

This past Thursday, nine different artists filled the Fine Art Gallery in the Art and Design Building with their drawings. In an exhibit entitled Draw(n) Out, these artists showcased their work focused on the theme of time. Draw(n) Out’s purpose was to push the boundaries of the ideas people have about drawing.