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Visual Arts BFA Graduating Exhibition

Sat., Apr. 1, 2017 2:00 p.m. - Sat., Apr. 1, 2017 5:00 p.m.

Location: MacKenzie Art Gallery, Schumiatcher Sculpture Court

The University of Regina, Faculty of MAP's Visual Arts BFA Graduating Exhibition at the MacKenzie Art Gallery

New art by Jeffrey Altwasser, Danielle Corson, Dylan Dowler, Elizabeth Elich, Brittany Gillies, Mackenze Grad, Madhu Kumar, Matthew Lapierre, Audie Murray.

The University of Regina in partnership with the MacKenzie Art Gallery is showcasing selected artworks by nine emerging artists with an exhibition entitled Nonagon In|Flux. Highlighting some of the strongest work from nine graduating Bachelor of Fine Arts Students, Nonagon In|Flux will open March 18th in the Schumiatcher Sculpture Court and run through April 9th, 2017.

A public reception will take place Saturday, April 1st from 2:00 - 5:00 p.m. at the MacKenzie Art Gallery. Remarks and greetings will be at 3:00 p.m. with food, music, silent auction, and a short program. Everyone is welcome and admission is free to all.

Nonagon In|Flux is a collection of artworks by the graduating visual arts students which approaches an incredible range of conceptual concerns with surface, light, the body, and identity. Subject matter is diverse, from visualizing immigrant women's stories to the intimate and delicately rendered abstract forms in ceramics; new feminist sensibilities and the struggle between optimism and pessimism. This contemporary exhibition is reflective of the voices within it and the broader social, political, and cultural concerns within our society.

Come see what the next generation of artists is creating! If you or anyone you know is considering a career in art, come see what the U of R has to offer!