MFA student work shown at semester-culminating exhibit

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“Asterisk*,” a multimedia exhibit held May 5-18, 2013 in the Texas A&M College of Architecture's Wright Gallery, showcased artistic explorations by students in the Contemporary Art Studio/Seminar, offered as part of the Master of Fine Arts-Visualization program.

Students in the contemporary art studio proposed and developed their projects then planned and installed the exhibition.

The course, administered by the Department of Visualization. is required for the Master of Fine Arts in Visualization degree and is an elective for students in the Master of Science in Visualization program. The MFA-V is a unique technology-infused, visual-arts oriented degree in which students master the use of artistic visual communication and expression through the combined use of digital and analog media.

posted May 29, 2013