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Ariella Gibson, Class of 2017, Featured on Aint Bad Magazine

In Gibson’s series, she attempts to understand the complexity of human pleasure. Through the examination of the deeply personal she works to comment on the universal. By making herself and her subject vulnerable she speaks to the contradictory nature of pleasure. Sometimes, the most pleasurable things in life are not what you’d think they’d be.

The Light Under the Door - Tsar Fedorsky at NESOP through March 18th

Tsar Fedorsky’s The Light Under the Door is a serious and tender investigation into the question of personal fulfillment as she reflects on the choices she’s made in her own life. The photographs reveal hope, longing, and at times perhaps even disappointment.
What constitutes true happiness? About which the artist says:

LA Art Book Fair, February 12 - 14

Get out to Printed Matter's LA Art Book Fair this weekend and visit with our alumni! Along with our Hartford Art School sponsored table you will find TIS Books, headed up by a  group of alumni from the Class of 2012. For a full list of exhibitors click here.

Saleem Ahmed, Class of 2014, for Huffington Post

If you haven't had the chance yet - get over to Huffington Post and check out the writing and images of Saleem Ahmed.

You will not be disappointed! Click here to go there.

Jo Schryer, Class of 2015 - Fotografia Magazine

"Photography often gives the impression of truth. In a way, it is a representation of a reality. We can play with that peculiarity to tell stories, be they fictional or real; but images rarely tell the whole story."

Visit to read the full interview.

Icelandic Photography Festival

Please join Robert Lyons, Director and Daniel Reuter, Class of 2013 -  among many other talented colleagues at the Icelandic Photography Festival January 14 - 17, 2016.

Robert will be reviewing portfolios and meeting with prospective MFA candidates.

Tsar Fedorsky's work on Feature Shoot

“I wanted to start a project that was close to home,” says Massachusetts-based photographer Tsar Fedorsky. “The idea originated from feelings I was having about my personal life. While I yearned to experience the broader world, I also recognized that I was quite comfortable at home. I decided to create a photo narrative about a woman who dreams of a larger life.”

JOIN US @ Medium Festival 2015 - October 22 - 25, San Diego, CA

JOIN US @ Medium Festival of Photography October 22 - 25, 2015

The International Limited-Residency MFA in Photography is pleased to announce its presence at Medium Festival of Photography.

Stop by the vendor fare Saturday or Sunday (10-3) and speak to Saleem Ahmed (Class of 2014) about the student experience.

Sunday at 11 am: Bryan Schutmaat (Class of 2012) will give an artist talk

Tonight! opening reception of Archive Collective’s Miscellanea!

Tonight! Join Adam J. Long, Class of 2013, and others at the the opening reception of Archive Collective’s Miscellanea!

Thursday, Oct. 22nd from 5-9pm

Location: The East Gallery at the Kansas City Art Institute, 4415 Warwick Blvd. Kansas City, MO

More about the Archive Collective here

Aint-Bad Magazine Features Garrett Grove and Nelson Chan

This week's featured Aint-Bad Magazine artists include Garrett Grove (Class of 2018) and Nelson Chan (Class of 2012)

Check out this week's artists here: Garrett Grove / Aint-Bad and Nelson Chan / Aint-Bad