Marc Calello, Untitled (2016). Steel, Polystyrene, Aqua Resin, Free Form Air, Glass, Monofilament, Acrylic. 76” x 66” x 44”

Power Art: Works from the MFA@WPUNJ
CUE Art Foundation, 137 West 25th St. NYC. 10001
August 1 - 17, 2017
Reception: August 3, 6-8pm
Gallery hours: Mon - Fri, 10am- 5pm

The Master of Fine Arts program at William Paterson University is proud to announce “Power Art: Works from the MFA@WPUNJ,” an exhibition of selected works from recent and current students of the visual arts graduate program. The exhibition, which runs from August 1st to August 17th, will reflect the interdisciplinary nature of the program by exhibiting works in a range of media including painting, sculpture, graphic narrative, digital media, and multi media. An opening reception will be held on Thursday, August 3rd, from 6-8pm.

The exhibiting artists are:  Eleanor Louise Anderson, Lauren Bettini, Maria Bovor, James Brehm, Christine Brown, Marc Calello, Angel Fohusene, Sinead MacLeod, Vanessa Nilsson, Sarah Schwindt.

The Master of Fine Arts (M.F.A.) degree at William Paterson University is a professional degree for the fine artist, designer, and media artist.  The M.F.A. is offered as a three year full-time degree program or as a five year, part-time degree program for the working professional.  As an interdisciplinary degree, students can explore their practice by selecting course offerings that include digital processes, animation, painting, printmaking, sculpture and digital sculpture, ceramics, photography, and graphic media. 

William Paterson University is located in Wayne, New Jersey.  The University’s proximity to New York City gives ready access to the concentration of working art professionals and the availability of world-class museums, private galleries, and major libraries and collections.

Contact: David Horton,