Master of Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition Spring 2020
April 13 - 25, 2020
The Art & Art History Department of The University of Texas at Arlington is pleased to present the Master of Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition through The Gallery at UTA. The Master of Fine Arts is a professional graduate degree in the practice of art - unique in that it is the artist's terminal academic degree. The MFA in the Art & Art History Department offers students a broad range of study and exploration within the areas of Intermedia, Film and Video, Glass, and Visual Communication Design. As a requirement for completion of the degree, candidates are required to present a culminating exhibition demonstrating excellence in their chosen field. The Spring 2020 exhibition features four artists - Mahyasadat Davachi, Alexandra Feeney, Addison Ginsberg, and Phillip King - showcasing their work in glass and visual communication design.
Darryl Lauster, MFA Director states, "While this exhibition has been moved to an online format in compliance with policies related to the COVID-19 outbreak, each of these artists have worked hard to fulfil their requirements under difficult conditions. The originality of this MFA thesis exhibition resides between the dynamic intersection of the object and its virtual image. It suggests a visual account of each artist's ongoing transformation and individual studio practice. Their art reveals the scope and diversity of the artists within the MFA program at UTA at the nascent years of a new century."
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S. Cooper St., Arlington, Texas.
For more information, contact Benito Huerta 817-272-3143 or Patricia Healy 817-272-5658