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USM’s BFA Students Exhibit Work in Gorham

The University of Southern Maine Art Department BFA Exhibition will be open to the public Friday, April 12- Friday, May 3 in the Art Gallery on USM’s Gorham campus. An opening reception will be held from 6-8 p.m. on Friday, April 12. Gallery hours are 12 p.m.-4 p.m., Tuesday-Sunday. Admission is free. For more information, call Carolyn Eyler at 207-780-5008 or visit
Art Gallery .

This senior thesis exhibition, part of a Senior Seminar class taught by Distinguished Professor of Art Rose Marasco, represents the culminating work of 15 bachelor of fine arts candidates with work in various media including ceramics, digital art, drawing, painting, printmaking, photography, and sculpture.  For individual images of student work visit Facebook or Carolyn Eyler.

Maine students with work included in the exhibition in alphabetical order by hometown:

Herbert Wieland - Biddeford
Sarah McCullough  - Gorham
Laura Elizabeth Bell - Hollis
Kaitlyn Hunter - Lisbon Falls
Hiroko Fogarty - Portland
Lydia Brown - Presque Isle
Bridget D. Byrne - Raymond
Anna Elizabeth Tibbetts - Scarborough
Alexander Jones - South Portland
Eric Daniel McCabe - Standish
Dalton Link - Wells
Sharmon Toner - Windham 

Exhibiting students from outside Maine:
Ana Marin-Volland - Chicago, Ill.
Marina Douglas - Douglasville, Ga.
Chris Dalpe - Effingham, N.H.

The USM Art Department confers the following degrees: BFA in studio arts; BFA with a concentration in art education; BA; BA in art with a concentration in studio art and entrepreneurial studies; BA in art with a concentration in art history. International study opportunities, internships, and minors are available. The faculty, practicing artists and art professionals, exhibit and publish regionally, nationally, and internationally.