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2020 BFA Exhibition is Live!

The University of Arizona School of Art is happy to announce the 2020 Bachelor of Fine Arts Exhibition is now online and ready to view! In order to celebrate the excellent student work and respect social distancing requirements, College of Fine Arts staff, School of Art staff, and students have been hard at work creating a digital gallery.

The BFA Exhibition takes place annually each spring semester to highlight the work of our studio undergraduates. Our distinguished faculty select art that highlights our students’ highest achievements from their degree pursuits.

This year’s exhibition will include work selected from students in Illustration + Design, 2D, Photography | Video | Imaging, and 3D & Extended Media.

We want to thank all of the students and staff for their resilience, patience, and assistance with getting this together. Creating this digital exhibition has been a tremendous effort and we’re extremely excited to share the work!

You can view the 2020 BFA Exhibition at bfaexhibition.art.arizona.edu.


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