19th Annual Undergraduate Research Conference (URC) - BFA Candidates Samantha Elsaesser and Emily Wernig present their research
The Bachelor of Fine Arts curriculum provides training for students who plan to enter professional graduate school or pursue careers as professional artists. The Bachelor of Fine Arts Exhibition features works from five 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, and photography.
The exhibit features bodies of work from the candidates, Samantha Elsaesser, Fairfield, CT, (photography), Hannah Lacey, Evergreen, CO, (painting), Patricia Leonard, Sanford, ME, (photography), Cierra Vigue, Manchester, NH, (ceramics), and Emily Wernig, Guilford, NH, (ceramics, drawing).
The Bachelor of Fine Arts candidates will present a gallery talk from scholarly, captivating, and creative research in their concentration as part of the 19th Annual Undergraduate Research Conference (URC).
BFA Candidates Patricia Leonard (photography), Cierra Vigue (ceramics), and Hannah Lacey (painting) will present Wednesday, April 18, 12:05-1:35 p.m.
BFA Candidates Samantha Elsaesser (photography) and Emily Wernig (ceramics, drawing) will be presenting on Thursday, April 19, 12:45-1:20 p.m.
All presentations will be held in the Museum of Art