Print Edition: May 6, 2015
The Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) grad show, Both Sides of Now, is currently on display in the halls and classrooms of C building. The 14 exhibits, varying in medium and form, find a common theme of traditional influence melded with modern method. Wenhao Shi’s “Blurry Future of Homeland,” for example, uses traditional Chinese calligraphy to express thoughts on the contemporary loss of freedom through the pursuit of status over creativity. Julie Epp’s “Eventually You Will See” blends modern feminism with the classical Venus Pudica vision of female beauty.
The BFA exhibition will remain open for viewing until May 19. Stay posted for upcoming profiles of our graduating artists and their work.