The Intermedia Program is excited to announce the opening of the 2024 MFA Thesis Exhibition, titled “no wear special.”
This is the annual exhibition for students earning their Master of Fine Arts degree. This year’s event features four graduates: Lia Davido, Walter Greenleaf, Thomas Griffith and Adam Küykendall. The opening reception for the exhibition will be held Friday, May 19 from 5–7 p.m. in Lord Hall Gallery and the community is invited to attend this celebration.
The Intermedia program is home to interdisciplinary students working in a wide variety of media, and this group is no exception; these students’ research and creative production examines the world of virtual space and identity, non-linear narrative, our relationship with end-of-life, and notions of gift economy/recycle and exchange.
In addition to the thesis work in the large gallery, the small gallery will be the site for another aspect of Intermedia focus; “Activating Art and Science,” collaborative works in conjunction with the School of Forest Resources, and the Process Development Center’s nanocellulose research. Intermedia is committed to practice-based research, and art going beyond the studio and into the world.
The exhibitions open Friday, May 19 and run through June 30. Lord gallery is free, accessible and open weekdays from 9 a.m.–4 p.m.
The opening reception for the exhibition will be held on Friday, May 19, from 5–7 p.m. in the Lord Hall Gallery and the community is invited to attend this celebration.