BFA 2019 EXHIBITION: PRAXIS
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About This Project

  • The Department of Art and Art History at the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa’s Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) Exhibition closes out each academic year with new works by the forthcoming graduates from the BFA program. This year, the show was titled PRAXIS, the practice of an art, science or skill.
  • Design objectives included the design of three out of fourteen invitation cards. Each card is a photograph taken of a BFA student and their concentration. These cards displayed are two digital imaging and one graphic design student and their process. Other duties in Praxis included applying a vinyl sticker to the main gallery door as well as painting and arranging the commons gallery.
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BFA 2019 EXHIBITION

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