MFA Fall Lecture Series | Ethan Morrow
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November 18, 8pm
Ethan Murrow was born in 1975 in Greenfield, Massachusetts in the United States. Raised on a sheep farm in Vermont, he received his Bachelor of Arts from Carleton College and his Master of Fine Arts from The University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Ethan’s research
and practice focuses on historical narratives and the idealized and uncomfortable ways in which they are told, retold, and molded into powerful, absurd, and subjective tales. In addition to works on paper, he develops large scale wall drawings, murals and installations for site specific projects and exhibitions, working closely with local communities, stakeholders, institutions, and corporations. Recent solo museum shows include the Institute of Contemporary Art Boston, The Currier Museum of Art, NH, Museum of Contemporary Art Jacksonville, FL and the Clay Center in West Virginia.