Memphis College of Art Presents the 2016 Spring BFA Exhibition


Memphis College of Art will present the 2016 Spring BFA Exhibition in the Rust Hall Main Gallery, 1930 Poplar Ave., Overton Park. The show will exhibit in two parts: Part 1 will be on view March 30–April 18 with a reception onFriday, April 1 from 6–8 p.m.; Part 2 will be on view April 22–May 7 with a reception on April 22 from 6–8 p.m. Between the two parts, work from over 40 artists will be exhibited in media ranging from painting and sculpture to illustration and graphic design.
Artists featured in Part 1 include: Joshua Adams-Leavitt, Cristian Anzures, Anna Bodnar, Bailey Brocato, Matthew Cardenas, Brendan Couch-Smith, Elyssa Davis, Michaela Dowdy-Cannon, Rebecca Faison, Lisa Fears, Stephanie Godfrey, Tyler Holmes, Ashley Lulo, Kelsey Miller, Dianna O’Briant, Langley Osborn, Tori Roberts, Roxanne Simmers, Amanda Weidman and Courtney Wordlaw.
Artists featured in Part 2 include: Alexandria Bell, Leaugan Bernabo, Heather Coleman, Kayley Davault, Brittney Gammill, Amber George, Ben Hancock, David Hook, Tomica Lake, Spencer Laws, Heather Morgan, Jacqueline O’Neal, Colleen Robinson, Shana Smith, Sasha Sorokina, Camaron Spencer, Joshua Strydom, Nikka Valken, Lauren Wamble, Mary Beth Weber, Jordan Whitten, John Wilbanks and Ruby Zielinski.
The Rust Hall Main Gallery is open MondayFriday8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.Saturday9 a.m.–4 p.m.; and Sunday noon–4 p.m. All MCA exhibitions and receptions are free and open to the public. For more information, visit mca.edu.

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