SUNY Oswego’s fall Bachelor of Fine Arts Exhibition will open Friday, Nov. 30, with a free public reception from 5 to 7 p.m. in Tyler Art Gallery.
The reception for the 14 BFA students will coincide with pre-exhibition festivities for four students displaying works in the Master of Arts Thesis Exhibition in the gallery. Both shows will run concurrently through Dec. 12 with the Bachelor of Arts Exhibition in Room 201 of Tyler Hall.
The BFA candidates include Jessica Brien of Syracuse, Joseph Donegan of Bronx, Robert Engwer of Lake George, Andrea Grellman-Smith of Oswego, Steven Hanson of Adams, Alexandria Hough of Watertown, Siobhan Joyce of Levittown, Caitlin Kelley of Syracuse, Jordan Neville of Saratoga Springs, Nicholas Russell of Queensbury, Brittany Smart of Fulton, Chad Stewart of Baldwinsville, Angela Varos of Queensbury and Blake Wolcik of Mexico.
Eleven bachelor of arts candidates are eligible to display their artwork in the non-required BA Exhibition. Bachelor of arts students pursue multidisciplinary or interdisciplinary studies in psychology, communications, marketing and other majors, in addition to art. BFA students participate in SUNY Oswego’s demanding and focused programs in studio art or graphic design.
SUNY Oswego also offers a master’s degree in art as well as a master’s in art teaching.
Tyler Art Galley is open 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesdays through Saturdays. Admission is free, with donations appreciated. For more information, call 312-2112.
Parking at SUNY Oswego is by permit only. Gallery visitors may purchase—either online or at the college’s parking office near the main entrance on State Route 104—a $1 visitor permit to park in Lot E-18, the southern half of the lot behind Hart and Funnelle residence halls. For more information, visit www.oswego.edu/administration/parking.
PHOTO CAPTION: Artist at work—SUNY Oswego senior Blake Wolcik of Mexico, a candidate for a bachelor of fine arts degree, works on a painting for the semester-ending BFA display opening along with the MA Thesis and Bachelor of Arts exhibitions from Nov. 30 to Dec. 12 in Tyler Hall.
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(Posted: Nov 19, 2012)