The Mills College Art Museum is an integral part of the MFA Program in Studio Art. Not only does this beautiful Spanish colonial building house an impressive and inspiring collection of 10,000 works of art, it also provides the setting for graduating students to publicly display their work during the MFA Thesis Exhibition. This show typically draws substantial interest from local gallery owners, art dealers, critics, and other enthusiasts.
Each year, our graduating MFA students also create materials to promote their thesis exhibition, and some students create websites to highlight their work.
An overview of current MFA work can be viewed on the MFA blog. Here's a sampling of student shows from recent years: