Join us for a virtual conversation with University of Colorado Boulder Master of Fine Arts candidates and Arielle M. Myers. Join us as we discuss the artworks of Cali Banks, Emily Irvin, Chelsea Taylor and Emily Van Loan.
The Master of Fine Arts thesis work is the culmination of two to three years of research and experimentation by graduate students in ceramics, film, interdisciplinary media arts practices, painting and drawing, printmaking, sculpture and post-studio practice.
Arielle M. Myers is a curator based in Taos, New Mexico and Denver, Colorado. Arielle earned her Master's degree in Art History from the University of Colorado Boulder. She is a founding member of Union Hall, a non-profit arts exhibition space supporting emerging artists in the Union Station neighborhood of Denver, where she continues to hold the position of Chief Curator. In 2020, she relocated to Taos and opened The Valley, a contemporary art gallery presenting exhibitions of emerging and early career artists both local and national.