Emergence Art Exhibition

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What: The Department of Art + Architecture at the University of San Francisco presents Emergence, an exhibition of BA thesis projects from students in Design & Fine Arts

When: May 10–16, 2014. Gallery hours: 12–5pm. Reception Thursday May 15, 2014, 6–9pm.

Where: 934 Brannan St. (between 8th & 9th)

How Much: Free admission

The Department of Art + Architecture at the University of San Francisco is situated within a vibrant liberal arts setting that provides an arts education without boundaries. Artists and Designers graduating form USF have a unique perspective that combines USF’s strong social justice mission with visual expression. BA students in both the Design and Fine Arts programs complete a capstone course in which they create a comprehensive project, Emergence, that synthesizes what they have learned at USF.

SOMArts’ central location in the heart of San Francisco, makes it an ideal location to highlight the diverse student body and their works. The exhibition features a wide range of work including installation, digital interactions, painting, photography, sculpture, printmaking, publication design, fashion and more. Themes include personal identity, memory, history, and local and global issues in social justice.

Please help us celebrate these students’ accomplishments at a reception for the students, friends, family and entire USF community.

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Exhibiting artists include:
Eric Bernzweig, Justin Brillo, Jessica Cottone, Noah Broffman, Alexandra Brown, Andrew Cole, Eric Fletcher, Blanca Flores, Julie Hemphill, Sakiko Hill, Max Kaindl, Eva Krchova, Kysa Shawn Zamora Ludviksen, Alexandra Masterson, Britta McClure, Samara Miu, Alena Musso, Sophie Peoples, Dominique Piza, Miles Radford, Brian Riley, Adriana Rojas, Jorge David Rosales, Nico Samaras, Stephanie Smith, Megan Steele, Erinn Stringer, Chenyangzi Sun, Matt Wujek

Faculty support:
Rachel Beth Egenhoefer and Arturo Araujo

This exhibition is presented at SOMArts through participation in the Affordable Space Program, which provides below-market rental space, production and publicity assistance to nonprofit organizations. For more information visit our rentals page.