May 21, 2012 - Jun 8, 2012
The MFA in Visual Studies proudly graduates 13 students and presents their thesis work, the culmination of two years of multi-disciplinary and mentor-based study, in a special exhibition in the Swigert Commons in the heart of the Pearl.
The exhibition features thesis work by Nadia Buyse, Jodie Cavalier, Patrick Driscoll, Kei Horiuchi, Juleen Johnson, Oriana Lewton-Leopold, Fletcher Meisenburg, Jamie Nadherny, James Papadopoulos, Stefan Ransom, Victoria Reynolds, Marilyn Skalberg, and Timothy Stigliano.
A First Thursday reception will be held June 7, 6–9 pm.
View more information about:
2012 Commencement Ceremony
BFA Thesis Exhibition
MFA in Applied Craft and Design Practicum Exhibition
About the MFA in Visual Studies
PNCA’s Master of Fine Arts in Visual Studies is a multi-disciplinary and mentor-based program. Its flexible character allows students to work within a singular discipline or to pursue a combined practice that bridges disciplines and media. This generalist structure compliments PNCA’s educational philosophy of supporting independent inquiry and encouraging cross-disciplinary dialog. Students also benefit from a dynamic national and international roster of visiting artists and designers. Learn more about the MFA in Visual Studies on the PNCA website.