In April, ten seniors from the Studio Arts BFA degree program will present their senior projects in “Semblance”—IAIA 2018 Spring Senior Graduating Exhibition. The senior graduating exhibition showcases the final projects of studio arts seniors.
In their final semester, the students work closely with
their senior project advisors, faculty, and peers, to develop their artistic practice and to create a thematically and conceptually focused body of work. “Semblance”—IAIA 2018 Spring Senior Graduating Exhibition represents the capstone of each students course of study as well as their academic experience at IAIA.
Senior exhibitions are located at the Balzer Contemporary Edge Gallery and the Allan Houser Haozous Sculpture and Foundry Gallery. Exhibitions will be on display from April 13–May 12, 2018.
Free and open to the public—refreshments served during the opening reception.
Avis Charley (Dakota/Diné), BFA Studio Arts—Painting
Brandon R. Varela (Pascua Yaqui), BFA Studio Arts—Ceramic and Painting
Christopher Mirabal (Santa Ana Pueblo), BFA Studio Arts—Digital Arts
Emma DeMarr (Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe), BFA Studio Arts—Printmaking
Haley Greenfeather English (Red Lake and Turtle Mountain Chippewa), BFA Studio Arts—Painting
Jeffery Begay (Navajo), BFA Studio Arts—Painting
Kaa Folwell (Santa Clara Pueblo), BFA Studio Arts—Jewelry and Digital Arts
Linda Smock, BFA Studio Arts—Sculpture
Vincent Vigil (Tohono O’odham), BFA Studio Arts—Photography and Sculpture
Willow Tomeo (Colville/Yakama), BFA Studio Arts and Minor Indigenous Liberal Studies