(Remix): Domestic Materiality

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 UNC-Chapel Hill MFA Graduate Student Exhibition

 January 8 – February 23, 2024

Reception with Artist Talks and Q&A: Friday, January 12, 2024 from 12 - 2 p.m.

Exhibiting Artists: John Felix Arnold, Mark Anthony Brown Jr., Molly English, Dominique Muñoz, Rebecca Pempek, Matthew Troyer, Vera Weinfield, and Carson Whitmore

(Remix): Domestic Materiality is an exhibition curated by Jessica Dupuis & Martin Wannam that features works created by the current MFA graduate students at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. This exhibition looks at the way these eight contemporary artists explore, adapt, and replicate aspects of their culture and surroundings to preserve a sense of familiarity, identity, and connection to their own roots. Each artist’s work stems from the domestic.

This exhibition features drawing, digital, fiber art, installation, painting, photography, puppetry, mixed media, sculpture, and video.


UNC-Chapel Hill

MFA Program in Studio Art

The Master of Fine Arts program at the University of North Carolina prepares graduate students for teaching positions. MFA students work to develop the practical skills necessary to execute their creative work while refining the intellectual content within the work. Whether students create art within traditional disciplines or transgress disciplinary boundaries, the faculty expects them to engage in meaningful work with personal significance. The department is interdisciplinary so that students work with faculty members in all disciplines. We believe students need to explore the concepts that motivate their work in the most appropriate genre and media, and the faculty is committed to working with each individual to find the most appropriate means of articulating their ideas.


Hồng-Ân Trương, Professor and Director of Graduate Studies in Studio Art