Tuesdays at the IMRC with Andy Mauery

The Intermedia MFA program is excited to announce the continuation of their Spring 2018 visiting artist lectures series, known as Tuesdays at the IMRC. This year’s visiting artist roster promises the community a robust season of contemporary artists from across the country and around the world.

Our fourth event on February 27th at 7:00pm is with Andy Mauery, giving a faculty presentation in the IMRC APPE space.  

Andy Mauery is an artist and educator currently living in Veazie, Maine. A sculptor who works with a variety of methods and materials, Mauery creates objects/sketches and large-scale installations as well as designing collaborative workshops. She earned her MFA in Sculpture from West Virginia University and is the Chair of the Art department at The University of Maine, an Associate Professor of Art and the Foundations Coordinator, where she has been teaching since 2000. Her courses include 2D Design, 3D Design, Sculpture, and Studio topics courses such as Sustainable Sculpture and Sculptural Fibers. Her creative work centers on questioning and placement, and the human desire to make plain the complexities of life. She has exhibited in the US, Denmark, Peru, and the UK; and has been awarded several research grants, most recently an Artist Resource Trust (A.R.T.) Individual artist grant from the Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation.

More Info: www.andymauery.com

Please visit our Website for more info:  http://intermediamfa.org/2018/01/spring-2018/

  • Sponsored by The Cultural Affairs Distinguished Lecture Series Grant
  • With generous support from the Alton ‘38 and Delaide Hamm Campus Activity Fund