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BFA Collaborative Group Exhibition

Exhibition Dates: December 7-11, 2020

The BFA Collaborative Group Exhibition is an annual project that students in the Wonsook Kim School of Art Bachelor of Fine Arts studio program work on together every fall semester. With guidance from the Director, Assistant to the Director, WKSOA Instructional Technician, and BFA faculty committee, BFA students design a collaborative approach and strategy, create within a selected conceptual or formal framework, and produce an exhibition which is installed in Transpace Gallery in the Center for the Visual Arts. Due to the unique circumstances of the COVID pandemic, this year we are offering an online digital gallery for viewing of this exhibition.

For our Fall 2020 project, the BFA committee selected pairings of participating students to work in collaboration. A unique challenge for our students this fall was developing creative and thoughtful ways of working together in a COVID safe manner that took into account social distancing guidelines. We are proud of the our BFA students and the collaborations in which they engaged, especially considering the altered circumstances and experiences they are encountering and navigating this year.

Artist collaborations

Olga Coronado (Photography) and Noelle Daugherty (Painting); Kat Naughton (Photography) and Tess Murphy (Printmaking); Kayla Sanders (Photography) and Antonia DiPrima (Painting); Alanna Veitch (Ceramics) and Jacob Clark (Painting); Karlie Uphoff (Glass) and Mya Hildreth (Ceramics); Tate Skinner (Photography) and Jess Dowell (Printmaking); Guste Savukynaite (Painting) and Sara Alfieri (Ceramics); Hannah Songer (Painting) and Amanda Baker (Painting)