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Totam Rem: BFA Exhibition

Opening Reception: April 11th, 2014 6-8pm
Visual Arts Center – Galleries One (Liberal Arts Building) and Two (Hemingway Center)
Exhibition continues through May 8th, 2014

Totam Rem is the final exhibition for Boise State University students graduating in the Bachelor of Fine Arts program. Totam Rem is the Latin term for “the whole thing” or “all that encompasses.”  The artworks featured in the show range in media and will be an engaging representation of the art department as a whole. Gallery visitors can expect to see pieces utilizing traditional photography, painting, and printmaking techniques. Artists have also used innovative techniques of installation and three-dimensional printing technologies that push the viewer to question ideas about gallery space and presentation.

Artists: Rachel Anderson, Julio Cantu, Ashley Clark, Amanda Fulk, Anne Griep, Rikki Harvey, Stuart Holland, Chelsea Hopla, Victor Jimenez, Karen Lilly, Patricia A. Jones, Katie Manning, Jesus Mendivil, Kathryn Nelson, Sarah “Moku” Paetel, Leigha-Yael Azul Sablan, Katherine Sexsmith, Chris Turner, Jessica Wright, Nenah Young.

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Stuart Holland, Condemnation // The Vilified Falls Into Self Loathing, carved wood and ink, 2014

Free parking available for opening reception in the Liberal Arts Reserved parking lot.  Regular gallery hours M-Th 10am-5pm Fri 10am-3pm.

 

MFA Thesis Exhibition

MFA Thesis Exhibition – Gallery 2 (Hemingway Center)
Opening reception: March 7th, 2014 6-8pm Exhibition continues through March 21st, 2014

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Teysha F. Vinson
Awful/Awful – An Archive of Light Embarrassments
Through photography and installation, Teysha F. Vinson asks questions concerning the ideology and representations of spirituality, light, and beauty within the visual language of her church culture.

Luz Camarena
Racial Epithet Vignettes
In this exhibition, Luz Camarena examines the overlap of racism and immigration. These works explore the silent violence of oppression that surrounds these issues in our society.

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