UH Manoa MFA candidates present engaging exhibitions
For the first time in more than three decades, master of fine arts candidates from the Department of Art and Art History at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa concurrently present their thesis works at the University of Hawaiʻi Art Gallery. The 2014 MFA Thesis Exhibitions runs from January 26 to February 14, 2014
These exciting thesis exhibitions are part of a demanding course of study, production and review required by the MFA program which focuses on a comprehensive and diverse curriculum for the graduate study of the visual arts and Asian and Pacific art history.
MFA candidates present new and engaging thesis works that demonstrate their caliber of ideas, skills and awareness of the global context within which art is created and circulated. Each artist’s work is installed in a separate section of the gallery.
MFA candidates and exhibitions
- Kerri L. Buxton (ceramics), Locus of Presence
- Abi Good (sculpture) Idle Dilemma
- Kyle Jablonski (printmaking), I realized I agreed with what she told me
- Jen Thario (sculpture), Cover the Spread
A schedule for these artist’s reception dates and times can be found on the University of Hawaiʻi Art Gallery.
- UH Manoa Art Gallery displays Yuan
- Scrolls offer glimpse into Okinawa's past
- Thesis exhibitions showcase student art
- Theatre production brings monkey business to UH Manoa Art Gallery
- UH Mānoa art department holds lecture and roundtable discussion