Studio Art - Annual Exhibition
Each year, the Studio Art Program at Fairfield University presents an exhibition of junior and senior artwork. The exhibiting junior and senior studio art majors spend several years working to develop a mature visual voice, exploring core visual elements such as composition, perception, context, and concept.
This exhibition is comprised of projects completed during the spring semester in the capstone courses SA 300 and 301, collectively taught as the Junior Senior Seminar. In this course, students develop individual projects, working closely with the faculty mentor, a working artist, who is teaching the course.
At this stage in their artistic development, students have an opportunity to exhibit the results of their interpretive and conceptual progress in disciplines of their own choosing, including installations, painting, photography, printmaking, and sculpture.