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    • JAKE QUEST: MFA Thesis - Sculpture 

      Demenkoff, Jake (2018-05)
      Objects made by humans contain within them human characteristics. For example, chairs, like people, have legs, arms, backs, feet. Bottles have necks. Clocks have hands. People and the objects we make are unified by a common ...
    • Jewelry by Accident: MFA Thesis - Metal 

      Ma, Cong (2017-05)
          I investigate the relationship between body, object, and action. My understanding of jewelry is not limited to adornment; my work explores the idea of “jewelry by accident”. I open the freezer, and an ice cube ...
    • Jumble gym, playful randomness in contemporary jewelry: MFA Thesis - Metal 

      Gougherty, Stefan (2020-05)
      I create jewelry that is curious and interactive. Sampling content from trash to treasure, these playful objects are unpretentious and subversive. Exploring the surreal through engineering and illusion, these antics of ...
    • The Lapse: MFA Thesis - Metals 

      Urciuoli, Francesca (2015-05)
      My body of work is concerned with the idea of the psychological defense mechanisms by which our memories, and the objects which evoke those memories, are the foundation of our self-protection. This concept is translated ...
    • Lateral Improvements: MFA Thesis - Metals 

      Leppo, Maia (2015-05)
      The modern era can be characterized as a constant stream of updates and upgrades. Our technological advancements, in particular, are continuously reiterated with newly invented tools, hardware upgrades, and software updates. ...
    • Life on the Hudson, A Shad's-Eye View: MFA Thesis - Painting and Drawing 

      Miller, Edward Bear (2016-05)
      The four canvases in the thesis exhibition interweave my notions of river life and human consciousness. They demonstrate a love for oil painting and the history of art while calling into question aesthetic conventions and ...
    • Listen to them: MFA Thesis - Sculpture 

      Naganoma, Megumi (2019-05)
      “Listen to them.”, represents a group of twenty-one rape survivors. I know them personally and they have confided in me the details of their attacks. These are all people that I have relationships with: friendships, family, ...
    • Low-key Solidarity, Strategies for the Alliance: MFA Thesis - Sculpture 

      Gallira, Ana Azzue (2017-05)
      Giving space for viewers to cultivate curiosity for other people through whimsical and lighthearted objects and interactive experiences grounds my research. I make work that confronts the reality that most human relationships ...
    • Lumen - Entering: MFA Thesis - Sculpture 

      Pazmandi, Katalin (2015-05)
      The primary question that inspires me is how to create a sacred space in an outdoor environment where people would feel more connected to their own spiritual essence. To be connected means that you live true to yourself ...
    • Made in the USA, When gnomes need to clean their homes: MFA Thesis - Sculpture 

      Leu, Maxine (2020-05)
      My work, Made in the USA , focuses on the environment, communication, and identity. Using critical humor along with dark playfulness, I open doors to difficult conversations relating to issues of overconsumption and the ...
    • Make it Plain: MFA Thesis - Metal 

      Richards, Shani (2016-05)
      Knowing the history of craft and the material traditions are important to making my work. I insist on having this metalsmithing label, and I purposely challenge and subvert the discourse of what a metalsmith is. As a ...
    • Marks of time: MFA Thesis - Metal 

      Santiago, Jolynn (2019-05)
      For a moment, reflect on the marks of time that are often disregarded or wiped away. Would you ever consider preserving the ring of dust that forms around objects, or collecting the residue that clings to your hands after ...
    • Material memoir: MFA Thesis - Ceramics 

      Sartorius, Andrew (2019-05)
      My family owns a fifty acre plot of rolling red clay hills in West Virginia. When I return home, I dig clay, a pilgrimage to harvest from the strata of memory. This body of work explores the potential of wild West Virginia ...
    • Meandering progression: MFA Thesis - Drawing & Painting 

      Loveszy, Rosa (2019-05)
      Observation of interior organic forms and microscopic environments inspired my interest the correlation between macro and microstructures in the universe. The flow of movement and material in natural settings, whether large ...
    • Minutiae: MFA Thesis - Metal 

      Li, Ruizhi (2019-05)
      The thesis research is informed by the quotidian, and provokes a reconsideration of what is overlooked. The resulting compositions reflect the intangible divinity and spirituality that are embedded in the mundane. It is ...
    • Mise-en-scène : MFA Thesis - Painting and Drawing 

      Coté, Amy (2014-02-27)
      My work is an amalgam of personal experience, imagined narratives and a subconscious response to the infinite, available currents of information and imagery present in our world today. It celebrates color, humor and the absurd.
    • Moments Materialized: MFA Thesis-Ceramics 

      Morton, Rebecca (2017-05)
      Through movement, I am aware that my mind quickens my body and my body invigorates my mind. Movement, for me, is a response to a particular place in time similar to an improvisational dance. I’m interested in large amounts ...
    • Mushroom shed: MFA Thesis - Sculpture 

      Heidel, Amanda (2019-05)
      Mushroom Shed, is a ten year community based durational project space for cultivating edible and medicinal mushrooms. Mushroom Shed is an experimental laboratory for educational workshops, a place to meet up for discussions ...
    • Noesis, the Inner Nature of Body Expression : MFA Thesis - Ceramics 

      Fortin, Christopher (2014-05)
      As we progress through time, language is generated and adapted through the ever-changing structures of society and technology. Like all languages, non-verbal communication has adapted and changed through time and culture. ...
    • Nostalgia: MFA Thesis - Printmaking 

      Lee, Geuryung (2019-05)
      The process of my printing begins with the drawing of an image using ink and a brush on an acetate film. The act of drawing allows me to release my emotions and I experience a calmness, satisfaction and happiness. This is ...