McEachern Art Center presents virtual artist talks with recent MFA graduates

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Mercer University’s McEachern Art Center (the MAC) will host a series of talks on Zoom with artists from around the Southeast in different disciplines. These are the artists featured in “TAUT: MFAs Revisited,” which focuses on work that would have been staged for MFA thesis exhibitions but was stymied by the impact of COVID-19.

These conversations are taking place every Thursday through Feb. 11 between 4 and 5 p.m. Upcoming artists include Toni Ardizzone, Caroline Ennis, Heather Mclelland and Christina Foard. Jude Anogwih kicked off the series on Jan. 14. These conversations will be broadcast on Zoom and Facebook Live to Mercer students as well as free for members of the broader community.

Register to watch the conversations on Zoom or follow the McEachern Art Center’s Facebook page to watch on Facebook Live.

“TAUT: MFAs Revisited” will be open at the MAC through Feb. 13.

Continue reading about the virtual talks about news.mercer.edu.

Julia Rubens is the director of arts marketing at Mercer University, where she seeks to promote The Grand Opera House, McEachern Art Center, Tattnall Square Center for the Arts, Townsend School of Music and the McDuffie Center for Strings.