Please join the art department remotely for the second event of the annual artist lecture series Pathways. Meet art department alumni and hear first-hand how they navigated life with a BA in art. Each alumni in this series represents a different career pathway.
Meena Hasan (born 1987, NYC) received her BA in studio art from Oberlin College in 2009 and an MFA in painting and printmaking from Yale School of Art in 2013, where she won the Carol Schlosberg Memorial Prize for Painting.
In 2010, she was awarded the Terna Prize Affiliated Fellowship at the American Academy in Rome. She has participated in a number of group exhibitions including Sheherezade's Gift at the Center for Book Arts, NY, Stages at Zürcher Gallery, NY, Bosch Young Talent Show at the Stedelijk Museum, Den Bosch, the Netherlands and Ying/Yang at 0.0 Gallery, L.A.
Recent two-person and solo exhibitions include Other Echoes Inhabit the Garden at LAUNCH F18, NYC, wallflower frieze at 6BASE, NYC and PoVs at the Peddie School's Mariboe Gallery, NJ, where she was a visiting artist and lecturer.
Currently, Meena is a full-time lecturer in painting at the School of Visual Arts at Boston University. She is represented by LAUNCH F18 in Tribeca, NYC and lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.
This event is presented with support from the Ellen H. Johson Endowment for Contemporary Art.