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Paris Mavroidis, Divers, 2009, digital video, still.

Introductions5, our fifth curated “MFA annual,” brings a highly select group of new artists from leading art college programs to Washington, D.C. The eight invited artists for this year’s Introductions were selected from leading MFA programs across the US. Artists’ and exhibition info. Announcement in pdf.

Jonathan Dankenbring, MFA, Indiana University
John Hill, Jr., MFA, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
Christopher LaVoie, MFA, Maryland Institute College of Art
Paris Mavroidis, MFA, Pratt Institute
Matt Sartain, MFA, Academy of Art University, San Francisco
Wayne Toepp, MFA, Maryland Institute College of Art
Yi-Hsin Tzeng, MFA, Savannah College of Art and Design
Stacey Lee Webber, MFA, University of Wisconsin-Madison

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