MA “Naturally Hungry” Exhibition Continues Through Wednesday

Instructor Nancy VanKanegan talks with students at the opening of Saturday December 7.

MA Candidates are exhibition work developed during Visual Art: Theory & Practice, a core, concept-driven studio class, in which students learn a wide range of art-making strategies (from photography to artists’ books), in pursuit of original ideas, while gaining a comprehension of current trends in the visual arts. The exhibition continues through Wednesday, December 11, in room 101 at 33 E. Congress. Hours are Monday 1-5 p.m., Tuesday 1-5 p.m., and Wednesday 5-7 p.m.

A detail of a work by Shannon Loyd.

The theme “Naturally Hungry” was derived from our innate ability too learn and be hungry for more in our human experience, such as knowledge, strength, and artistry, believing we are not subject to absolutes or finite possibilities.

Faculty member Mel Potter and InterArts Department Chair Clif Meador.

MA student Marvanna Cash speaks to viewers of her installation.