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MFA Thesis Exhibition: Extant


Amanda Joy Peterson is a printmaking Master of Fine Arts of Fine Arts graduate student in the department of Art + Design. Amanda’s thesis exhibition, Extant, showcases print and mixed media work. Throughout their program, fine arts and design students work with their committee and other artists to develop advanced techniques, expand concepts, discuss critical issues, and emerge with a vision and direction for their own work. This exhibition showcases of years of dedicated refinement and mastery of skills, ideas, and perspectives.

9:00 am - 5:00 pm | Tippetts & Eccles Art Galleries |

Carve, Print, Fold, Bind


Discover the intricate world of Relief Printmaking and Book Arts in this captivating exhibition—Carve, Print, Fold, Bind. Showcasing the talent and creativity of students from diverse disciplines within the Art + Design department, this display presents a dynamic array of works ranging from classic black and white woodcuts to innovative sculptural book structures. Explore the intersection of tradition and innovation as you immerse yourself in the captivating creations of emerging artists. Don't miss the opportunity to witness the fusion of craftsmanship and imagination in this unique showcase.

9:00 am - 5:00 pm | Fine Arts Visual, Projects Gallery |

RAD Panel: AI and the Arts

Panel Discussion/Presentation

AI and the Arts: What will your future be like?

What does the rise of AI mean for the arts – and for your future in the arts? Our panel of experts address enhancing creativity, accessibility and efficiency to concerns over job displacement, loss of authenticity and the use of biased data sets in AI training. What do you need to know about the ethical and legal issues surrounding AI? Will AI limit artistic insight and skill development, or will it become a valued tool for inspiration and greater understanding in the arts?

5:00 pm - 6:30 pm | Russell/Wanlass Performance Hall |

Symphonic Band


Concerts are part of the band large ensemble curriculum. As capstone events, they typically occur twice per semester. Students are required to participate in these events as a large part of their grades, and these concerts are the culmination of several weeks of classroom rehearsals. All concerts are associated with one or more of the band ensembles: MUSC 4700 Wind Orchestra MUSC 3795 Wind Symphony MUSC 3790 Symphonic Band MUSC 3785 Marching Band.

7:30 pm - 9:30 pm | Chase Fine Arts Center, Daines Concert Hall |



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