In the Studio Art by MoMA’s Online Learning Community

January 5–22, 2018 The Museum of Modern Art
  • Education Center, Mezzanine, Classrooms and Theater 3 Lobby

In the Studio: Art by MoMA’s Online Learning Community features images of artworks created by students in MoMA’s online course In the Studio: Postwar Abstract Painting, alongside instructor Corey D’Augustine’s In the Studio demonstration videos. The exhibition celebrates the creativity of MoMA’s global community of online learners, who explore the materials and techniques of postwar abstract painters through their own artworks—as well as, in some cases, interpreting them into other mediums and updating them using digital tools.

To learn more about the open call for submissions, please see the guidelines and terms and conditions for submitting an image. Please note that the final deadline for submissions is December 8, 2017.

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