“Happy House,” a new exhibition by Talya Petrillo MFA ’20, prods a sugar-coated reaction to the physically and emotionally aversive.
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“Something Nothing” is a presentation of papers by first year MFA candidates.
Emotional (Re)location, a solo exhibition by MFA Candidate Talya Petrillo, uses sentimentality and satire to question the mental space of loss, acceptance and moments of insanity.
Carnegie Mellon University College of Fine Arts hosts an MFA program virtual open house.
Application deadline is January 17, 2023.
I responded to five questions about my creative practice, work and life for @CMUSchoolofArt ✨️ https://twitter.com/CMU_BXA/status/1584995080066453504
All students at @CMUSchoolofArt receive generous, guaranteed financial support in the form of partial or full tuition scholarships. Attend a Virtual Open House on November 17.
Mia McNary, a @CMU_CFA alumna of @cmudesign and @CMUSchoolofArt, has published “Picture Recovery: A Visual Roadmap Through the Journey of Recovery.” The book is a visual roadmap to help those going through the journey of alcohol recovery: https://bit.ly/3CEObYt