Valencia, CA-May 25—Exit Interview, the culminating exhibition by the California Institute of the Arts (CalArts) School of Arts’ 2016 MFA graduates, departs from the strictly bureaucratic associations of its title. The group exhibition highlights the dialogic dimension of two years of thinking and working in relation to one another. Acknowledging the paradoxical quality of institutionalized art education, the show is conceived as a field of interferences and counterpoints, the aftermath of a vital encounter and commitment to critical discourse.
The exhibition will be held at Human Resources in Los Angeles’ Chinatown. It runs from June 22-26 with an opening reception on Saturday, June 25, 6-10 p.m. A week of screenings, performances, conversations, and events accompany the exhibition and will be announced later this month. See the Exit Interview website for more details.
Exit Interview is organized by students from the Art, Photo and Media, and Art and Technology programs in the School of Art, and is produced with the support of CalArts.
Opening Reception: Saturday, June 25, 6-10 p.m.
Screenings, performances, conversations, and events to be announced later this month. Please check the Human Resources website for more information.
Human Resources (HRLA)
410 Cottage Home St., Los Angeles, CA 90012
June 22 – June 26
Reception: June 25, 6-10 p.m.
11am - 6pm: Wednesday through Sunday
Additional after hours programing will take place throughout the exhibition. Click here for more information.
California Institute of the Arts has set the pace for educating professional artists since 1970. Offering rigorous undergraduate and graduate degree programs through six schools—Art, Critical Studies, Dance, Film/Video, Music, and Theater—CalArts has championed creative excellence, critical reflection, and the development of new forms and expressions. As successive generations of faculty and alumni have helped shape the landscape of contemporary arts, the Institute first envisioned by Walt Disney encompasses a vibrant, eclectic community with global reach, inviting experimentation, independent inquiry, and active collaboration and exchange among artists, artistic disciplines and cultural traditions.