The Spring 2021 BFA Exhibition is now online!
The year 2021 brought with it the continuation of new realities from 2020. Boise State graduating artists adapted and thrived with the times. A hybrid of in-person and remote artistic production enabled the artists some normalcy and creative new ways for the development of their work. This exhibition showcases a variety of artworks featuring diverse styles and materials that engage with an array of conceptual and societal issues. The artists address diverse themes such as perceived notions of paradox and perception, gender roles, pollution, human relations with nature, contemplations of what it means to feel at home, agriculture, identity, and more. The media the artists worked in is just as diverse as the themes and include, ceramics, painting, sculpture, drawing, illustration, photography, video, metal, and multimedia installation.
ARTISTS: Tyler Cunnien, Kayla Hanson, Flora Angelica Hasko, Annika Stephenson, Kayla Ketchie, Junior Tuifua, Lauryl Jensen, Carly Fullmer, Brenna Prindiville, Eileen Chavez, Hunter Simmons, Maddy DePedro, Brynn Maenhout, Alex Rodriguez, Boston Tueller, Manuel Ortiz, Zoe Mendez, Jaime Yanez, Ash Reardon King
The gallery exhibition and online show were planned by the nineteen exhibiting students and completed as part of the Art 490 BFA Exhibition course with Gallery Director and Lecturer Kirsten Furlong. These students are all candidates for the Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees in Visual Art, Illustration, and Art Education. Please feel free to contact Kirsten with any questions about the class, the exhibition, the Blue Galleries or our department at firstname.lastname@example.org.