NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ–More than 100 people came out to a recent reception for the Annual BFA Thesis Exhibition II: Ladies Night at the Civic Square building at 33 Livingston Avenue, home of the Mason Gross School of The Arts.

This spring, the Mason Gross School has been exhibiting the works of  its senior class through an ongoing series of gallery installations.

Through the Mason Gross Galleries the school has allowed the Bachelor of Fine Arts seniors to display the skills they have been developing over the past several years in a public forum.

From April 17 through May 4, the second BFA thesis exhibition will be on display at the galleries.

This installation is titled “Ladies Night” and the works on display represent all seven concentration areas offered in Visual Arts: design, drawing, media, painting, photography, print, and sculpture.

Last month, the school presented the first of it’s 2015 Bachelor of Fine Arts Thesis Exhibitions a display which was entitled “For the Crown.”

The installations are intended to allow senior BFA students from Rutgers University’s Mason Gross School of the Arts to curate, install, and organize their respective thesis exhibitions in preparation for a professional art practice.

The artists participang in the exhibition are: Lindsey Adams, Isaac Andrade, Mehak Basu, Katie Belloff, Adam Brusky, Mattison Carter, Gabe Chiarello, Bobby D’Angelo, Stephanie Dimiskovski, Julia Eleftheriades, Gabe Escalona, Quay Farrar, Will Ferguson, Tori Fetner, Rachel Fucheck, Sean Garrity, Kate Gorbaty, Kevin Grzejka, Abigail J. Gualtieri , Ayana Kareem, Adam Lowe, Paolo Martinez, Taylor Mathues, Joanna Papoulis, Shani Pleasants, Ezra Rahmey, Deborah Rodriguez, Gabriela Rusu, Robert Sacks, Andrew Schnur, Shelby Van Cleef, Angela Wyan, Erika Yi , Marlee Jo Zeller 

The artists have launched, a webpage with additional information about the show.

The gallery is usually open from 10AM – 4PM, Monday to Friday and 12-4pm on Saturday.  It is open later, until 6pm, on Wednesday evenings.