CCA's Graduate Program in Fine Arts proudly presented its 2014 MFA Thesis Exhibition inside the Nave on the San Francisco campus.
About the MFA Thesis Exhibition
The MFA Thesis Exhibition is a moment for the artists to enter a next phase, moving from studio to public context. It is the time for the art to stand on its own, and for the artists to speak in voices developed out of four semesters' worth of conversation and critique.
The Graduate Program in Fine Arts has an interdisciplinary orientation that supports the crossing and merging of mediums as well as the investigation and use of content from diverse areas of thought.
The curriculum stimulates students to hone their skills and expand their ideas through a critically engaged artistic practice while providing them with a greater awareness of the global context within which contemporary art is made and circulated.
This exciting exhibition was the culmination of a demanding course of study, production, and review. We welcome you to witness the results and join us in congratulating the graduating class of 2014.
To view samples of works by recent MFA graduates and other alumni, visit the Fine Arts section of the graduate thesis site.
Work presented in the MFA Thesis Exhibition is wide-ranging in scope, form, material, and theme, and reflects a curriculum that celebrates interdisciplinary approaches, interaction, and social engagement.