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Master of Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition

The Master of Fine Arts is a professional graduate degree in the practice of art – unique in that it is the artist's terminal academic degree. The MFA in the Art and Art History Department at UTA offers students a broad range of study and exploration within the areas of Intermedia, Cinematic Arts, Glass, and Design. As a requirement for completion of the degree, candidates are required to present a culminating exhibition demonstrating excellence in their chosen fields.

The Spring 2024 exhibition features four artists – Yanina Blanco (design); Christina Childress (intermedia); Nijal Munankarmi (design); and Michael Scogin (intermedia) – showcasing representative works from their time as graduate student artists at UTA.

Darryl Lauster, MFA Director states, “This exhibition represents a moment that encapsulates three years of each student’s rigorous conceptual and technical investigation. It reveals the scope and direction of artistic practice in the early 21st century while also testifying to the independent and unique vision of each artist.”

Friday, April 19 at 10:00am to 5:00pm

Gallery at UTA, 169 Fine Arts Building 502 S. Cooper St.

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