An exhibition by the graduate students in Photography which will be on display April 1st – September 20th, 2019.
The Graduate Resource and Opportunity Workspace (G.R.O.W) is located on the second floor of the Mary and Jeff Library in room 220. The GROW is part of the College of Graduate Studies and it offers graduate students exclusive space and resources tailored specifically to academic needs and professional development. GROW provides services including professional workshops, student support events, networking activities, and community service opportunities.
The entryway of the GROW has started a new series of exhibitions featuring the MFA program in the Department of Art and Design. This was launched during the 2019 Student Appreciation Week activities at the GROW. For next six months, April 1st – September 20th, the GROW gallery will feature the graduate students in the Photography area: Kylie Justus, Carlos Israel Villarreal, and Joshua Dancause.
Following this featured exhibition of graduate students in Photography, the next six months will feature another area of the MFA program. Check back to both this blog and the GROW for more information and to see the featured shows as they grow.