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Bachelor of Fine Arts Senior Exhibition Opens Monday, May 5, 2014

Exhibition Showcases Students Graduating with Degrees in
2-Dimensional and 3-Dimensional Art

The Betty Foy Sanders Department of Art (BFSDoArt) at Georgia Southern University is pleased to present the works of the Bachelor of Fine Arts Graduating class of Spring 2014. The exhibition will be on display in the Center for Art & Theatre from May 5th through May 9th, 2014. BFSDoArt will host a closing reception on Friday, May 9th from 5-7PM; the event is free to the public and all are invited to attend.

The Bachelor of Fine Arts program at the Betty Foy Sanders Department of Art is comprised of a dynamic and multi-faceted curriculum that is led by exceptional faculty. Every year, The Betty Foy Sanders Department of Art graduates many gifted and diverse undergraduate students that go on to successful careers in a variety of professions. This exhibition is a cohesive record of the ideas and images that each student has investigated throughout the last semester of their academic pursuits.

“The BFA exhibit is, in a sense, a celebration of four years spent making, refining and producing art. Some students arrive at Georgia Southern with a passion for a particular type of art, while others discover a medium through courses at BFSDoArt” said Hans Mortensen, Interim Chair of the Betty Foy Sanders Department of Art, “Come and celebrate the outstanding artwork produced by our graduating BFA students, as the artwork demonstrates the dedication and expression of our students.”

The Spring 2013 BFA Senior Exhibition features the work of the following students: Sara Adams, Alexandra Arnold, Jennifer Burnett, Sarah Caitlin Coonce, Courtney R. England, CW Langub, Nathan Miner, Kenneth Olowoyo, Whitney Reddish, Sean Teeling, Toni D. Todd, and Rolston M. Wilder III.

2-Dimensional and 3-Dimensional Studio Art professors include Patricia Carter, Elsie Taliaferro Hill, Jessica Burke, Marc Mitchell, Marc Moulton, Christina Lemon, Jeff Schmuki and Patricia Walker.


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