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John W. Bardo Fine and Performing Arts Center

MFA Exhibitions

Exhibition: April 9 - May 3, 2019
Reception: Thursday, April 25 from 5-7PM

MFA Thesis Exhibition 2019

The Masters of Fine Arts (MFA) program at WCU is pleased to announce the 2018 MFA Thesis Exhibitions. The exhibitions spotlight works by three graduating artists and represent a synthesis of each student’s experience at the WCU School of Art and Design MFA Program in Studio Art.

The MFA Thesis Exhibitions features work in a variety of media and surveys a range of conceptual themes and creative approaches that characterize the global cultural landscape and contemporary art practice. 

MFA candidates represented in this WCU Fine Art Museum exhibition are Chelsea Dobert-Kehn, Lauren Medford, and David Skinner.


WCU School of Art and Design Masters of Fine Arts  

The MFA at WCU is an inter-disciplinary studio art program and creative research environment where ideas are given form. Through close association with a diverse faculty, visiting artists, scholars, and their peers, students develop a contextual and historical awareness of their practice focusing on exploration, creative research, and art making. 

Learn more about the WCU MFA Studio Art Program.

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