THIS COUNTS, an exhibition of thesis projects from Design & Fine Arts students at the University of San Francisco.
BA students in the Design & Fine Arts programs at complete a capstone course in which they create a comprehensive thesis project synthesizing what they have learned at the University of San Francisco. Graduates have a unique perspective that combines USF’s strong social justice mission with visual expression. SOMArt’s 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, video, sculpture, publication design and more. Themes include sustainability, personal identity, history, local and global issues in social justice. Please help us celebrate their accomplishments on Thursday May 18 from 6:00-9:00pm at a reception for the students, friends, family and entire USF community.
Featuring the work of: Colleen Kiyoko Pualani Barrett, Nia Burres, Mackenzie Carlson, Grace Domecus, Margot Flynn, Sara Gibbs, Amanda Griffin, Danielle Groak, Rachel Handler, Elizabeth Kalt, Sarah Katz, Erin Keiffer, Kevin Kleine, Julia Kranzler, Kristie Anh-Nhu Lang, Nathan Mandreza, Elizabeth Migueles, Drew Mortenson, Katrina Pahati, Thomasine Leilani Peebles, Allie Prawdzik, Ramy Shadid, Eiselle Ty, Julianne Vinh, Mengtingxu Xu, Shijia Zhang, Gengfu Zhao, Teddy Ziolkowski
Exhibition organized by Professor Rachel Beth Egenhoefer.
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Images: Rachel Beth Egenhoefer
THIS COUNTS is presented at SOMArts Cultural Center as part of the Affordable Space Rental Program, which is supported by the San Francisco Arts Commission.