UMass Lowell Fall 2004 BFA Candidates Exhibition

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Senior Thesis Projects in Art and Design

The UML Art Department and the College of Arts and Sciences, division of Fine Arts, are pleased to present an exhibition of Senior Thesis Projects by the Fall 2004 BFA Candidates. The artwork will be on view from December 16 - 18, at EVOS Arts Institute, 98 Middle Street, in downtown Lowell. An opening reception will be held on Saturday, December 18, from 2 - 5 pm. The exhibit will feature a variety of media in art and design, including painting, sculpture, photography, web-site design, illustration, animation, video, and installation projects. The exhibiting Bachelor of Fine Arts' students are Diana Baranowski, Robb Burndrett, Boran Chean, Bridget Clarke, Oria Colon, Stephanie Contos, Ralph Duffer, Lara Emma, Eny Genao, Christopher Grandoit, Pamela Hachey, Thomas Harding, Ivan Hollander, Shanti Jain, Paul Kelley, Melissa LaBrecque, Michelle LaBrecque, David Lally, Alyshia Lien, Laura Mansfield, Daniel Minkkinen, Roderick Morales, Maureen O'Mara, Alexander Ortega, John Overton, Daniel Owen, Sarah Prifti, Matiss Purins, Anke Schumann, Melissa Sharples, Kerry Southard, Thomas Svenson, Brenda van der Beek, Jaunel Weekes, Elvin Zayas, Kevin Zwirble.

This UML sponsored event is free and open to all. We regret that the Evos galleries are not wheelchair accessible. Gallery hours for the BFA exhibit at EVOS: Thursday, Friday and Saturday, 12 - 8 PM. The Art Department of the University of Massachusetts Lowell offers a BFA degree in Art and Design and is an accredited member of the National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD).

"Art in the woods."