- Spring 2020 BFA Exhibition
This is the online Spring 2020 BFA Exhibition for the Department of Art, Design, and Visual Studies at Boise State University in Boise, Idaho. The sixteen artists featured in the exhibition are candidates for the Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Art Education, Illustration, and Visual Art. The exhibition would have been held at the Blue Galleries located in the Center for the Visual Arts, but due to Covid 19, our student exhibitions were moved online.
The virtual show was completed as part of the Art 490 BFA Exhibition course with Gallery Director and Lecturer Kirsten Furlong. Please feel free to contact Kirsten with any questions about the class, exhibition, the Blue Galleries or our department at email@example.com.
The Blue Galleries are closed through summer 2020. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, or via our website for information on our reopening.
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