The post below is written by Hannah Cooper McCauley, an MFA candidate from LA Tech. Last Friday was the opening reception for Thirteen Ways of Doing Something, an exhibition of work by first and second year MFA candidates from Louisiana Tech’s School of Art. The show is still on display, and it’s definitely worth a stop at the Rawle Enterprise Center to see it. Check out the details…
The Enterprise Center is proud to host the first and second year MFA student show, “Thirteen Ways of Doing Something”, representing the collaborative effort of thirteen individual artists working in a diverse collection of media, including photography, drawing, collage, painting, sculpture, ceramics, and design. This exhibition serves as a way to unite these artists, while also highlighting each student’s distinctive creative process. Each of these artists is using this range of media as a catalyst to investigate common and contemporary themes of time, memory, place, identity, and community while visually communicating these explorations with the audience.
First and second-year MFA students participating in this show are Whitney Trisler Causey, Catherine Crow, Christian Dunn, Mary Dunn, Jenna Fincher, Megan Landis, Hannah Cooper McCauley, Zachary McCauley, Meredith McGregor, Jacob Newton, Rachel Spencer, Tess Stickney, and Yijun Yao.
The show will run from March 21st through April 11th, with an opening reception Friday, March 21st from 6 pm – 8 pm. This event is free and open to the public. For more information please visit www.latechinnovation.org/artrepreneurship or call 257.5281. The Enterprise Center Gallery is located at 509 W. Alabama Avenue in Ruston.