Borders: MCAD Alumni Juried Exhibition at Public Functionary

August 18–August 20 Opening Reception: Friday, August 18, 7:00 p.m.–1:00 a.m.  Public Functionary  1400 12th Ave NE, Mpls MN 55413    MCAD Alumni Board presents:   Borders: A 2017 juried exhibition of work by MCAD alumni   A border may be metaphorical, symbolic and definitional. A border may also be literal, material and tangible. Intimately, borders are a constant in the practice and process of an artist. Globally, borders impact us as citizens, visitors, travelers and transient humans. Current events lend a moment in which the contemplation of “borders” both symbolic and literal can bring various perspectives and ideas together on common ground. The MCAD alumni board invited the far-reaching community of MCAD alumni to submit work in response to this broad but poignant theme. The final selections will be presented together at the opening reception on August 18 at Public Functionary.  Hend Al-Mansour, MFA ’02 Sarah Evenson ’16 Tom Gormally ’77 Gale Jorgenson ’89 Colin Kopp ’06 Greta Kotz ’16 Nick Kovatch, MFA ’13 Josh Meillier ’13 Shelly Mosman ’95 Shiraz Mukarram, MFA ’17 Emmett Ramstad, MFA ’07 Sandy Resig ’60 Lindsay Splichal ’12 Sara Suppan ’15 Nicole Thomas ’15 Megan Vossler, MFA ’02 Mary Welke ’76

August 18–August 20
Opening Reception: Friday, August 18, 7:00 p.m.–1:00 a.m.
Public Functionary
1400 12th Ave NE, Mpls MN 55413

MCAD Alumni Board presents:
Borders: A 2017 juried exhibition of work by MCAD alumni

A border may be metaphorical, symbolic and definitional. A border may also be literal, material and tangible. Intimately, borders are a constant in the practice and process of an artist. Globally, borders impact us as citizens, visitors, travelers and transient humans. Current events lend a moment in which the contemplation of “borders” both symbolic and literal can bring various perspectives and ideas together on common ground. The MCAD alumni board invited the far-reaching community of MCAD alumni to submit work in response to this broad but poignant theme. The final selections will be presented together at the opening reception on August 18 at Public Functionary.

Hend Al-Mansour, MFA ’02
Sarah Evenson ’16
Tom Gormally ’77
Gale Jorgenson ’89
Colin Kopp ’06
Greta Kotz ’16
Nick Kovatch, MFA ’13
Josh Meillier ’13
Shelly Mosman ’95
Shiraz Mukarram, MFA ’17
Emmett Ramstad, MFA ’07
Sandy Resig ’60
Lindsay Splichal ’12
Sara Suppan ’15
Nicole Thomas ’15
Megan Vossler, MFA ’02
Mary Welke ’76