Faculty News: Masako Kamiya Exhibits in Wheaton Biennial

February 20, 2013

Images: Here are a couple pieces of Kamiya’s that will be in the biennial.

Assoc. Prof. Masako Kamiya is exhibiting at Wheaton College in Norton, MA this winter in the 2013 Wheaton Biennial.

Drawing Out of Bounds
Reception: Feb. 27, 5 – 8 pm

Exhibition: Feb. 27 – April 13, 2013
Beard & Weil Galleries
26 E. Main St, Norton, MA

Wheaton’s inaugural Biennial will showcase the work of 54 artists from 19 states and one foreign country whose work explores the boundaries of drawing and pushes it into new territories. The work–including sculpture, video, printmaking, fiber arts, photography, installation, and traditional drawing using nontraditional materials–was selected by juror Judith Tannenbaum, curator of contemporary art a the RISD Museum of Art. The Wheaton Biennial is an example of Wheaton’s open spirit of inquiry and a curriculum that emphasizes connections across disciplinary boundaries. – Courtesy of Wheaton College

To see more of Kamiya’s work visit: masakokamiya.com