About this Website
Each year the School of Art + Art History + Design proudly celebrates graduating Art and Design students — both undergraduate and graduate — with a series of exhibitions at the Jacob Lawrence Gallery and the Henry Art Gallery, as well as three distinct websites. Our students have worked for years towards their degrees and have persevered in the midst of a pandemic in addition to continued social upheaval and the resulting demands to address pervasive and violent racism after centuries of neglect.
In this showcase, the School presents the culminating thesis work of its graduating graduate students in Art, Art History, and Design who are receiving Master of Fine Arts (MFA), Master of Arts (MA), Doctor of Philosophy in Art History (PhD), and Master of Design (MDes) degrees. Their research covers a wide range of styles, mediums, and topics.
We invite you to visit our two other sites: Knowns, Unknowns, & the Spaces In Between, featuring the work of students graduating with a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Art, and the Design Show, featuring work by graduating Bachelor of Design (BDes) students in Industrial Design, Interaction Design, and Visual Communication Design.
Work on this website was done by School of Art + Art History + Design staff members, primarily Merith Bennett with assistance from Jeanette Mills. Graduate Showcase brand identity was developed by Sami Everhart, BDes ’21.