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AU’s Art Invitational: A Friend Indeed Saturday, November 22

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A FRIEND INDEED: Contemporary Art and the Academy
American University’s 2008 mid-Atlantic MFA Invitational

November 3 – November 28
Opening Reception & American University MFA Open Studios:
Saturday, November 22, 6 – 9pm

Located in the Katzen Arts Center Rotunda, 4400 Massachusetts Ave, Washington, DC 20016

Artists & Schools include:
Matthew Bertsch – Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
Katie Blochowiak – Maryland institute College of Art
Matthew Craven – School of Visual Art NY
Dragana Crnjak – Virginia Commonwealth University
Chanan Delivuk – George Washington University
Katie Dillon – Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts
Christopher Gartrell – Wesleyan University
Stephen Halko – Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts
Josephine Halvorson – Columbia University
Graham Loper – University of New Hampshire
Karen Ann Myers – Boston University
Erin Murray – University of New Hampshire
Jason Polan – University of Michigan
Damon Reaves – University of Pennsylvania
Megan Rogers – University of Pennsylvania
Naomi Safran-Hon – Yale University
Seth Scantlen – Columbia Univrsity
Daniel Wallace – Maryland Institute College of Art
Ryan Wallace – Rhode Island School of Design
Chloe Watson – Maryland Institute College of Art

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