MFA thesis exhibitions

MFA thesis exhibitions

TCU School of Art

[1] Lauren Walker’s Portal (detail), 2023. Photo: Lauren Walker. [2] Max Marshall, The Head of Power (detail), 2023. Photo: Max Marshall. Courtesy of the artists. 

March 11, 2024
MFA thesis exhibitions
TCU School of Art
Moudy North 245
2805 South University Drive
Fort Worth, Texas 76109
United States

T +1 817 257 7643
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The TCU School of Art presents its annual thesis exhibitions by degree candidates from the MFA in Studio Art. The exhibitions conclude three years of artistic development in the School of Art’s fulltime studio-based graduate program. The Spring 2024 thesis exhibitions feature artists Max Marshall and Lauren Hope Walker. 

Thesis exhibitions are organized by MFA candidates in collaboration with the Art Galleries at TCU. The exhibitions are held in the Moudy Gallery. Members of the public are invited to view the exhibitions during the gallery’s operating hours. Please visit the Art Galleries at TCU webpage for up-to-date visitor information.

Spring 2024 MFA thesis exhibitions schedule
March 6–26, 2024
Max Marshall

April 2–13, 2024
As for me and my house
Lauren Hope Walker

About the MFA Program at the TCU School of Art
The TCU School of Art MFA is a three-year, fulltime, residency program and culminates in a Master of Fine Arts degree, with optional concentrations in painting, printmaking, photography, new media, or sculpture. The program is highly selective with an annual cohort of no more than four students. Every enrolled student receives a full tuition waiver, competitive stipend, and 80 percent health insurance coverage. The MFA program prioritizes individual studio practice, dedicated mentorship from faculty, and interdisciplinary seminars designed to help artists develop sustainable and impactful artistic practices.

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