Exhibition Run: April 2-10, 2014
Opening Reception: 7-10PM, April 5
Gallery Hours: 11-4PM, Wednesday-Saturday
Measured Twice is an exhibit of work from the graduate students at San Diego State University’s Furniture Design and Woodworking Master’s of Fine Arts program. They produce work which reflects the current and changing state in the field of craft as well as the traditional methods and ethos from within which contemporary furniture has developed. Their unique and diverse work showcases a wide variety of materials and techniques.
Featuring Current Graduate Program Students: Olivia Denis, Sophie Glenn www.sophieglenn.com, Nathaniel Hall www.semcnutt.wix.com/rxmadera, Austin McAdams, Phil Rowland www.philrowland.com, Peter Scheidt www.peterscheidt.com, and Joshua Torbick www.joshuatorbickfurniture.com
ABOUT SAN DIEGO STATE UNIVERSITY FURNITURE DESIGN The SDSU Furniture Design and Woodworking program’s mission is to foster and nurture a strong philosophy of cross-disciplinary and collaborative learning that is based in the traditional processes of craft and material, while encouraging sculptural, innovative, and experimental endeavors within the field. The Furniture Program is led by Professors Wendy Maruyama and Matt Hebert. Current graduate students have relocated from the east coast, mid west, and west to study in this nationally renowned program.