Museum of Art, UNH presents the Senior Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Fine Arts exhibition
DURHAM, NH –A new exhibit, The Senior Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Fine Arts will be on view at the Museum of Art, UNH April 19 - May 20, 2021. The Museum will be open to faculty, students, and University staff from Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday, 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m., Thursday, 10 a.m. - 6:00 p.m., and by appointment for class visits before noon Monday - Friday. Appointments are strongly encouraged due to limited museum capacity. Off-campus visitors are expected to comply with safety and security measures listed in the University’s modes of operation. Off-campus visitors must submit a formal request at least two weeks your visit. Please contact the Museum to make arrangements.
The Senior Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Fine Arts exhibition features emerging artists from the UNH Department of Art and Art History, celebrating the achievements of degree candidates graduating from the Department of Art and Art History. The exhibition presents works of art by Bachelor of Arts candidates and thesis work from the Bachelor of Fine Arts candidates.
The Bachelor of Arts program prepares students for the commercial art field and provides them with a strong background in fine arts and a number of vocational opportunities for entrance to graduate school. The exhibition features works from graduating students representing concentrations in drawing, ceramics, illustration, design, painting, photography, and sculpture. View works from Sarah Carbonara, Alycia Cresta, Meghan Feeney, Joseph Furlone, Jessica Gerakines, Angela Hurr, Catrina Marr, Morgan McCabe, Emily Miller, Allyson Poulin, Sophie Rancourt, Dana Vong, Sydney Whittum, Matthew Williams.
The Bachelor of Fine Arts curriculum provides training for students who plan to enter professional graduate school or pursue careers as professional artists. The Senior Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Fine Arts exhibition features works from six candidates who draw upon their own experiences and interests to develop a body of work to present in this annual exhibition. Their areas of concentration feature a variety of works in ceramics, drawing, painting, sculpture, and photography. The exhibition features bodies of work from the candidates, Shannon Cahalane, Burlington, CT, Audrey Cannon, Dover, NH Alizah Coraccio, Barrington, NH, Emma Stine, Durham, NH, EJ Theriault, Hampstead, NH, Megan Wilson, North Hampton, NH.
Additional programs include the virtual Naked Arts- Creativity Exposed!, Undergraduate Research Conference (URC), Friday, April 23, 12:30 pm - 5:00 pm. A virtual event exposing the inner creative process of artists working in various disciplines. Presenters will describe the process, research, and other creative aspects undertaken to bring an artistic creation from initial inspiration to the stage or Museum. This may include a performance or excerpts from their work to illustrate their creative scholarship.
All programs are free and open to the public. This exhibition and accompanying programs are supported by Friends of the Museum of Art. Follow the Museum of Art on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.