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The 10th Annual Summer MFA Exhibition

June 5 August 10, 2017

Closing Reception: Monday, August 28, 12 PM - 2 PM

Odunze Oguguo, Apple Black

The Tenth Annual Summer MFA Exhibition presents the artwork of a diverse group of 25 candidates from the UT Arlington Department of Art & Art History Graduate Degree Program. The students, at varying stages of the program - from first year, to those who have recently completed the program and have already earned their MFA degree - display a broad range of contemporary art-making practices.

Katerina Verguelis, Wall

The Department of Art & Art History’s MFA Program is organized into four areas: Studio-Intermedia, Visual Communication Design, Film/Video, and Glass; and the works in this exhibition reveal conceptual investigations of a variety of issues as the artists realize their visions in these respective mediums. Their thoughtful choices currently on display reflect the depth and diversity of both the program and the student artists who generously share their intellectual and creative explorations.

The participating artists are:

  • Christine Adame
  • Shelly Brandon
  • Cydney Cox
  • Mahyasadat Davachi
  • Josh Dryk
  • Spencer Evans
  • Cor Fahringer
  • Joshua Gallus
  • Holly D. Gray
  • Sandy Harris
  • Rachel Herod
  • Eric Hess
  • Lindsey Larsen
  • Billi London-Gray
  • Hedieh Moradi
  • Sumbal Mushtaq
  • Kris O’Brien
  • Odunze Oguguo
  • Terry Raper
  • Sara Rastegarpouyani
  • Daniel Reyes
  • Marcela Reyes
  • Charlyn Reynolds
  • Prajesh Shrestha
  • Katerina Verguelis


All events are free and open to the public.

Special Summer Gallery Hours: By appointment

Located on first floor in room 169 at the north end of the Fine Arts Building, UTA Campus, 502 S. Cooper St., Arlington, Texas.

For more information, contact Benito Huerta 817-272-3143 or Patricia Healy 817-272-5658




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