The Dorsky Opens its Doors for BFA/MFA Thesis Shows

By Julio Olivencia

The Dorsky Museum hosted the MFA and BFA Thesis I exhibit from Dec. 5 to Dec. 9. The exhibit is the first of two, showcasing the thesis work of graduating students. The exhibit featured 12 students whose work ranged from photography to large scale sculptures. The MFA and BFA Thesis II will run from Dec. 12 to Dec. 16.

  • Ceramics and art education major Cameron Brown's sculpture "Spire," surrounded by dozens of ceramic cups he made and arranged titled "Your Cups."

Julio Olivencia

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