Exhibition: November 10 - 19, 2020
Virtual Reception: Thursday, November 12 from 5-7PM
Experience work by graduating Bachelor of Fine Arts students from the WCU School of Art and Design.
This exhibition highlights their comprehensive course of study at Western Carolina University and serves as a preface to their forthcoming careers as professional artists.
The virtual reception will stream live on the bottom of this page on Thursday, November 12 from 5-7PM.
The studio art portion of this exhibition can be viewed inside the WCU Fine Art Museum and the graphic design portion of this exhibition can be viewed directly outside the Museum, in Gallery 130 at Bardo Arts Center.
WCU students, faculty, and staff may visit the Museum Tuesday through Friday 10AM-4PM and Thursday from 10-7PM.
Exhibiting Students in the 2020 BFA Portfolio Exhibition
Studio Art: Jay Brown, Cristina Colom Muñoz, Kelsey Dozier, Madeleine Franzen, Caitlyn French, Rachel High, Chloe Kaylor, Tracie Macias, Jonathan Pittman, Sadie Sequoya, Fisher Sherrill, Cameron Tarte, and Maya White.
Graphic Design: William Bundy, Libby Fleet, Graham Gooden, Matthew Harris, Brian Heindl, Emily Hughes, Zoë Koval, Winston Massey, Emily Miller, Kristen Price, Hallie Sholar, Melinda Solorio, Casey Sweet, and Justin Toms.
The WCU School of Art and Design BFA Program
The School of Art and Design’s Bachelor of Fine Art with an emphasis in Studio Art is created for students who wish to hone their focus more intensively on fine art and design. Completing the BFA curriculum will prepare students for a career or post-graduate study in art, design or related disciplines.
Program emphases allow students to explore a specific area of study while following a rigorous art curriculum. The Bachelor of Fine Art with an emphasis in Graphic Design focuses on critical thinking, social research and practices, and professional production combined with a strategic relationship to cultural and historical investigation.