Detritus and Desire: 2021 Undergraduate Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition
May 10 – 26, 2021
Gallery Hours: Monday- Friday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Capacity of gallery is 10 visitors and masks are required.
Detritus and Desire: the 2021 Undergraduate Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition features the works of four BFA candidates in Columbia’s Fine Arts program. The exhibition, which includes drawings, prints, books, video, performance and installation works, represents the culmination of four years’ worth of development of a cohesive body of work for each artist while earning their degrees.
Participating Artists: Amanda Adela, iph, Darby Jack, and Miranda Randel
The 2020 Undergraduate Fine Arts Thesis students will be exhibiting concurrently in the windows of C33. Participating Artists: Madison Juliana Alexander, Simon T. Knuth, Mark Lexby, Anthony Macias, and Kristin Sherwin
Detritus and Desire: the 2021 Undergraduate Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition: Artist Talk
Wednesday, May 12, 6PM
Come and listen to the artists from Detritus and Desire speak about their practice and thesis work.
This event will be presented on Zoom- https://colum.zoom.us/j/92968508746
Meeting ID: 929 6850 8746
Detritus and Desire: the 2021 Undergraduate Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition and the 2020 Undergraduate Fine Arts Thesis is presented in conjunction with the Department of Exhibitions, Performance, and Student Spaces (DEPS) and the Art and Art History department and Adam Brooks, Professor at Columbia College Chicago.
Please click on the images below to view the Detritus and Desire: the 2021 Undergraduate Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition catalog and walk-around sheet:
DEPS is proud to present the DEPS Artist Profile Series featuring the artists of the
Detritus and Desire: the 2021 Undergraduate Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition. The DEPS Artist Profile Series is designed and managed by Kaylee Fowler. To view these interactive documents featuring artist interviews
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Exhibition contact: Mark Porter, firstname.lastname@example.org
Gallery hours: Monday-Friday 9a.m.-5p.m.