Basement Medicine

Exhibit showcases three BFA students

Exhibit  showcases three BFA students

Brock Bill

An Ashley Shotwell installation at the Julian Scott gallery

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Brock Bill
November 27, 2013

Ira Musty, Ashley Shotwell, and Brittany Daniels are students pursuing bachelor of fine arts degrees and have been working towards their final B.F.A. exhibits since they arrived at JSC. On Nov. 13, 2013, each of these artists gave a presentation which included brief talk. The students explained what their exhibits consisted of and how they got to where they are today with their artwork before answering a series of questions from the audience. Musty’s medium of choice is photography and his B.F.A exhibit truly showcased his attachment to his favorite season, autumn. The title of his exhibit was “...

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