Student Art Galleries
BA, BFA, and MFA students are required to exhibit their work in partial fulfillment of their degree requirements, resulting in some 150+ student exhibitions annually in the six student galleries, two performance/installation areas, and additional hallway spaces. This unique and extremely popular program of weekly exhibitions and opening receptions is an essential component of the students’ academic experience.
Artist receptions are generally held every Tuesday evening, 6 – 8pm, following the Tuesday Night Lecture Series, 5-6pm in Art #133. All exhibitions are FREE and open to the public!
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CHRISTIANNE GUMABO LAROYA: ANAMORPHOSIS
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The featured pieces are inspired by an illustration by Aaron Johnson featured in the book Direction of the Road by Ursula K. Le Guin. Five distorted images are brought back to normal when a cylindrical, reflective object is placed in the center. The distorted images represent my former perspective of higher education: stressful, expensive, and discouraging. The cyclindrical-reflective object reflects the knowledge and skill I gained from the BFA program. The image brought back to normal in the reflection represents improved outlook on the advantages of a higher education."
Christianne Laroya–BFA Photography
Leily Khatibi Art 74 Class Exhibition
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