Off the Rails: M.F.A. Thesis I opens March 23

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Grimm Lee. One’s mind betrays one’s body. … Or one’s body betrays one’s feelings. 
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Off the Rails: M.F.A. Thesis I
Friday, March 23 – Sunday, April 1
Reception: Friday, March 23, 5–7 p.m.
Off the Rails is a series of three thesis exhibitions in galleries across campus and at the North Avenue Market in Station North Arts & Entertainment District.
Gallery Talk: Tuesday, March 27, 3–5:15 p.m., beginning in Decker Gallery; Wednesday, March 28, 1–3:30 p.m., beginning in Meyerhoff Gallery
Featuring: Elizabeth Ashe (Mount Royal), Rachel Beamer (Photographic & Electronic Media), Pablo Garcia-Lopez (Rinehart), Rachel Held (Rinehart), Alice Hom (Graphic Design), Jin Hwan Kim (Graphic Design), Jennifer Kutnow (Graphic Design), Grim Lee (Mount Royal), Sean McDonough (Hoffberger), Eric Mortensen (Graphic Design), Chelsea Ragan (Mount Royal), Kathleen Sachse (Mount Royal), Aura Seltzer (Graphic Design), Gavin Stewart (Photographic & Electronic Media), Arina Trifonova (Photographic & Electronic Media), Jeffrey Vincent (Hoffberger), Adam Void (Mount Royal) and Cameron Zotter (Graphic Design)
Hours for MICA’s galleries, which are free and open to the public, are Mondays–Saturdays, 10 a.m.–5 p.m., and Sundays, noon–5 p.m. MICA PLACE gallery hours are by appointment.
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