April 27, 2021

2021 Master of Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition

University of Arizona School of Art

Courtesy of the School of Art.

Trent Pechon, From What Lies Outside It, 2021.

Danielle Jones, What is Left, 2021.

Benjamin Dearstyne Hoste, Tangencies, 2021.

Anna Brody, this is the only thing we’ve got, 2021.

Lauren C. Steinert, Traces, 2021.

Daniel Maxwell, Onward, 2021.

Bella Maria Varela, @Border_Becky, 2021.

The School of Art Master of Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition is presented annually during the last semester of a graduate student’s process to complete the Master of Fine Arts Studio Degree. In lieu of a written thesis, or in some cases, in tandem with a written thesis, the student must present a fully developed body of work to the public in the form of an exhibition. During the last year of their coursework, graduates work closely with faculty to develop original art of which the character and reach of works being presented is determined by the graduate. This required component is the culmination of a three-year terminal degree program to pass and receive their Master of Fine Arts degree.

Featured artists
Anna Brody, Benjamin Dearstyne Hoste, Danielle Jones, Daniel Maxwell, Trent Pechon, Lauren C. Steinert, Bella Maria Varela

About the University of Arizona School of Art
The School of Art offers students the unique opportunity to work with world-renowned faculty in a multidisciplinary environment within a renowned R-1 research institution. We inspire students to broaden their perspectives and focus their passion to create work that realizes their human potential.

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