MAFA

(redirected from Manchester Academy of Fine Arts)
AcronymDefinition
MAFAMultilayer Antenna-Filter Antenna (microwave theory)
MAFAMount Allison Faculty Association
MAFAManual for Activity Fund Accounting
MAFAManchester Academy of Fine Arts (est. 1859; Manchester, UK)
MAFAMiddle Atlantic Folklife Association
MAFAMaster of Accounting and Financial Analysis
MAFAMaster of Arts in Fine Arts
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She also campaigned for better opportunities for female artists, setting up the Manchester Society of Women Painters and challenging the Manchester Academy of Fine Arts to open up membership, exhibitions and training to women.
Michael has gained many awards over the years: he has been elected into the Manchester Academy of Fine Arts, the Royal Institute of Oil Painters and the Royal Society of British Artists.
He spent most of his upbringing in Manchester, and later attended the Manchester Art School and the Manchester Academy of Fine Arts, where he won first prize for life drawing.
He has exhibited across the country, including at The Mall Galleries, London; Manchester Academy of Fine Arts, the House of Commons, and Leeds City Art Gallery.
Mostyn was born in Liverpool and trained at the Manchester Academy of Fine Arts.
He was elected a member of the Manchester Academy of Fine Arts in 1934 and exhibited there annually until 1972.
She has since been elected a member of Leeds Fine Artists and the Manchester Academy of Fine Arts, has had eight solo exhibitions in various YorKshire venues and has shown worKs in galleries and exhibitions from London to Ripon.
An elected member of Manchester Academy of Fine Arts and Leeds Fine Artists, the artist, who has exhibited widely in the UK, is showing work from two recent projects - Shoreline and Watershed.
A member of Manchester Academy of Fine Arts, he has exhibited widely both in Britain and abroad and his work is in collections in Britain, USA and Spain.
He was a member of the Manchester Academy of Fine Arts and Liverpool Academy.
His father died in 1932, the same year that Lowry had his first exhibitions at the Manchester Academy of Fine Arts and the Royal Academy in London.
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