BFA Thesis Exhibitions
April 17 – May 12
These exhibitions highlight the depth and range of School of Art and Design students and their creative practices. Each student who earns a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Studio Art from the School of Art and Design Studio curriculum is required to exhibit artworks that are generated in their thesis semesters. In the spring semester, thesis students will exhibit their works in four shows over a four-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.
These BFA Thesis Exhibitions serve as the capstone for a rigorous studio education, and the exhibitions, entirely conceived and executed by the thesis students, are the perfect way to end the semester and academic year.
Exhibition 1 | April 17 – 21
Reception: Monday, April 17 | 5 – 7 p.m.
Exhibition 2 | April 24 – April 28
Reception: Monday, April 24 | 5 – 7 p.m.
Exhibition 3 | May 1 – 5
Reception: Monday, May 1 | 5 – 7 p.m.
Exhibition 4 | May 8 – 12
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Installation views of 2016 BFA Exhibitions.
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