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The Betty Foy Sanders Department of Art’s Gallery Programming is active throughout the academic year.

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May 2 – 6, 2016

 RECEPTION

Friday, May 6  
 5-7pm
Center for Art & Theatre

The Georgia Southern University Betty Foy Sanders Department of Art presents the “B.F.A. Senior Exhibition” May 2 – 6 in the University and Contemporary Galleries at the Center for Art and Theatre. The reception is May 6 from 5 – 7 p.m. Light refreshments will be served, and the public is invited to attend.

“One of the big ideas in the art world lately is that we’re in what is called the post-medium conditionmeaning that previous notions about the importance of clearly-defined boundaries between art forms no longer hold. That is definitely the case with this exhibition, a potent mix comprising everything from colored pencils, ceramics and paint, to sound, digital video and installation,” said Gallery Director Jason Hoelscher. “In many ways this exhibition officially marks a shift from art student to emerging artist, and everyone involved has really stepped up to create thought-provoking and engaging works of art.”

This exhibition features work from senior Bachelor of Fine Art, 2D and 3D Studio Art majors enrolled in the BFA Portfolio course taught by Hoelscher.  Students featured are Austin Cates, Luke Criddle, James Dawson, Stuart Goodall, Justin Hinckley, Erika Jordan, Zak Kelley, Allison Mueller, Katie Randall, Jessica Raymond, Victoria Slagle, Jordan Surell, Brandon Warnock, and Courtney West.

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 GALWEB_BFA

May 2 – 6, 2016

 RECEPTION

Friday, May 6  
 5-7pm
Center for Art & Theatre

The Georgia Southern University Betty Foy Sanders Department of Art presents the “B.F.A. Senior Exhibition” May 2 – 6 in the University and Contemporary Galleries at the Center for Art and Theatre. The reception is May 6 from 5 – 7 p.m. Light refreshments will be served, and the public is invited to attend.

“One of the big ideas in the art world lately is that we’re in what is called the post-medium conditionmeaning that previous notions about the importance of clearly-defined boundaries between art forms no longer hold. That is definitely the case with this exhibition, a potent mix comprising everything from colored pencils, ceramics and paint, to sound, digital video and installation,” said Gallery Director Jason Hoelscher. “In many ways this exhibition officially marks a shift from art student to emerging artist, and everyone involved has really stepped up to create thought-provoking and engaging works of art.”

This exhibition features work from senior Bachelor of Fine Art, 2D and 3D Studio Art majors enrolled in the BFA Portfolio course taught by Hoelscher.  Students featured are Austin Cates, Luke Criddle, James Dawson, Stuart Goodall, Justin Hinckley, Erika Jordan, Zak Kelley, Allison Mueller, Katie Randall, Jessica Raymond, Victoria Slagle, Jordan Surell, Brandon Warnock, and Courtney West.

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RECENT NEWS: View the newest acquisition, Dancing Boy, by Betty Foy Sanders. LEARN MORE →
The Betty Foy Sanders Georgia Artists Collection is a permanent exhibition of artwork curated by Betty Foy Sanders since 1968. Art displayed in the Georgia Artists Collection is by Georgia artists, created with materials found in Georgia, or themed around the state. View the Collection →

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RECENT NEWS: View the current exhibition, Celebrating African-American Artists curated by Betty Foy Sanders Department of Art graduate assistant, Annamarie Kistler. The exhibition will be on display from February 1 to July 29, 2016LEARN MORE →
Donated to the Betty Foy Sanders Department of Art in 2007 by Statesboro Historian, Smith Callaway Banks, the Smith Callaway Banks Southern Folk Art Collection brings a whole new world to campus with its unique and colorful pottery, paintings and artifacts. View the Collection →

 

 

Last updated: 4/29/2016

Center for Art & Theatre • 233 Pittman Drive, Statesboro, Georgia, 30460 • Exhibitions & performances are open to the public.