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    “Objectified,” an Alumni Biennial Exhibition presented by Lesley's Art Institute of Boston

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    January 4 - January 12, 2013


    “Objectified,” an Alumni Biennial Exhibition presented by Lesley's Art Institute of Boston

    Lesley University’s Art Institute of Boston (AIB) is hosting a large-scale exhibition from January 4–12, 2013 to showcase the unique artwork of more than 100 talented alumni of the school’s Master of Fine Arts Program.

    The exhibition, titled “Objectified,” will be held in Washburn Hall on Lesley’s Brattle Campus, 10 Phillips Place, Cambridge, Mass. An Opening Night Reception will be held Friday, January 4 from 6 to 9 pm.

    Lesley invites the public to experience the artwork of more than 100 talented AIB MFA Alumni from across the United States and abroad.

    “Objectified,” the exhibition's theme, challenges the AIB artists to explore the dynamic range of power inherent in objectifying a subject, or conversely, by focusing intently and decisively on a single object.

    More than 300 people visited the first MFA Alumni Exhibition opening in 2010.

    A planning committee of AIB MFA Alumni has orchestrated this group exhibition as a celebration of the diversity and strength of the creative bonds forged in AIB’s intensive low-residency MFA program.

    The Art Institute of Boston at Lesley is planning to move to Porter Square in Cambridge, and this exhibit will be held on Lesley’s Brattle Campus in Cambridge as a way to showcase the work of AIB graduates in the school’s future community.

    To follow the progress of the show, please visit the exhibition’s Facebook page.

    Lesley University, Washburn Hall

    10 Phillips Place
    Cambridge, MA 02138

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