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  • Grace Doyle

HEAT at York & Penn

My initial idea for approaching York & Penn, an exhibition of students in Towson University's MFA program! I am very happy to organize this so we can exhibit our work. HEAT showcases recent work completed over the summer and work that relates to this season. It includes a variety of media from video to sculpture to printmaking. The artists are in various stages of the Studio Art program, and their work is ripe with personal experimentation and discovery.

Exhibition runs August 22 – September 25, 2021

OPENING RECEPTION Sunday, August 22, 6:00 -9:00 pm

HEAT HEAT is a group exhibition at York & Penn Art Gallery, curated by Grace Doyle, featuring MFA candidates in Towson University’s Studio Art program. Included are works by David Calkins, Claudia Cappelle, Grace Doyle, Amelia Gossman, Danielle Hawk, Kat Navarro, Katherine Nonemaker, Aral Olgun, Sookyyung Park, Cody Pryseski, and Tara Youngborg. These artists showcase recent summer works in a variety of media such as painting, ceramics, printmaking, sculpture, and video. The opening reception is Sunday, August 22 from 6-9pm.


Housed in the historic Wagner Building at 501-A York Rd in Towson, the York & Penn Fine Art Gallery proudly sponsors local fine art, hosts local art communities, and provides an excellent environment for living classrooms. With sister galleries in New York City, their mission is to support, and provide a space for the blossoming creative community of Towson.

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