At SFAI's 2011 MFA Graduate Exhibition, held at The Winery SF on Treasure Island, visitors look up at
Joseph Melamed's sculpture Phone Yeller.

MFA Exhibition

SFAI’s MFA Exhibition, the largest of its kind in the Bay Area, gives emerging artists the opportunity to present a body of work that is the result of an intense period of investigation and artistic development. The exhibition introduces the Bay Area community to thought-provoking new talents and provides visitors with an overview of exciting directions in art today. Family, friends, curators, collectors, and the general public are invited to attend the exhibition and share in the celebration of students’ achievements.

2014: Principal, held at the Old Mint

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MFA Exhibition: PRINCIPAL at the Old Mint

Photograph courtesy of Shane O'Neill

2013: Currency, held at the Old Mint

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2012 MFA Exhibition, held at the Phoenix Hotel

See pictures from the installation of the exhibition.

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2011 MFA Exhibition, held at the Winery SF on Treasure Island

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Watch a video from the opening reception (Vernissage):

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2010 MFA Exhibition, held at Fort Mason

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