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Six Western Connecticut State University graduate student candidates for the Master of Fine Arts degree in 2020 are presenting their works

in the M.F.A. Thesis Virtual Exhibition currently featured on the webpage of the Gallery at the Visual and Performing Arts Center at WCSU in Danbury.

The virtual exhibit offers the public an opportunity to experience the diverse works in painting, illustration, sculpture, digital art and mixed media created by this year’s M.F.A. candidates at WCSU. Closure of the Gallery and all other WCSU facilities to the public through May during the COVID-19 pandemic has made viewing in person at the Gallery impossible, but the virtual tour provides a creative response that opens the exhibition to all through online access from home. 

The exhibition features works by six graduate students who are candidates this spring to receive the M.F.A. degree at WCSU. Participating artists include Stephanie Dee, of Bethel; Brian Antonio McCarley, of Danbury; Wing Na Wong, of Danbury; Hannah Hurricane Sanchez, of Southbury; Amanda Paige Megill, of Northford; and Jen Olvera, of Phoenix, Arizona.

Learn more here.