B.F. A. Thesis Exhibitions
November 16 – December 11
THESIS EXHIBITION I
NOVEMBER 16th – 20th
Reception: Monday, November 16, 5 – 7 p.m.
THESIS EXHIBITION II
NOVEMBER 30th – DECEMBER 4th
Reception: Monday, November 30, 5 – 7 p.m.
THESIS EXHIBITION III
DECEMBER 7 – 11
Reception: Monday, December 7, 5 – 7 p.m.
Malek Lazri. View-Masters, 2015. Brass, silver, powdercoat, slide film. 11 x 5 inches.
In the fall semester, thesis students will exhibit their works in three shows over a three-week period, featuring a survey of works from all of the School of Art and Design’s studio disciplines: painting, drawing, sculpture, printmaking, metals, ceramics, photography, new media, and art education.
Each student earning a bachelor of fine arts (BFA) from the School of Art and Design studio curriculum is required to exhibit artworks that are generated in their final two thesis semesters. Entirely conceived, designed, and installed by the thesis students, this exhibition highlights selections from those bodies of work.
As students in the School of Art and Design at Texas State prepare to graduate, their B.F.A. Thesis Exhibitions act as a fulcrum of sorts — a point of transition. These exhibitions represent not only the completion of a major life accomplishment but also the start of an independent creative practice.
View the thesis Web site: Existence//Crisis
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