The latest batch of University of Minnesota MFA graduates are un-urthed in a sprawling group show. Eight artists have created installations throughout the Katherine E. Nash Gallery. Jasmine Peck’s two-room “Endogenous Gloob” includes dozens of carefully crafted, blob-like ceramic pieces, some three-dimensional and mounted on pedestals and drooping off the wall, others drawn on paper and placed in golden frames, as if they’re objects in a domestic living room. Reb L Limerick creates a green-walled green room for Ecca Echo, an ecosexual pop star; it’s filled with ornaments like a baby wearing all green propped in a green chair that’s hung on a wall (pictured) alongside a cartoon bubble that says “I will outlive your mall, I will outlive you all.” In Daniel McCarthy Clifford’s “Memorial Tray,” three stacks of reclaimed cafeteria trays slotted into tall dispensaries form a creepy monument to activists and editors incarcerated during World War I. Dillon Rapp, Hillary Price, Marc La Pointe, Brittany Kieler and Andrew Fladeboe are the other MFA artists represented in this exhibition, which is more like eight solo shows in one space. (11 a.m.-7 p.m. Tue.-Sat. Ends April 21. Regis Center for Art, 405 21st Av. S., Mpls. cla.umn.edu/art or 612-625-8096.)

Alicia Eler