Resilience: 2022 UConn Digital Media & Design BFA Senior Exhibition
Graduating BFA seniors from the University of Connecticut Department of Digital Media & Design are excited to showcase their senior project work in the exhibition, Resilience. The exhibition is open from April 2 to April 29, 2022 at the Jorgensen Gallery at the Jorgensen Center for the Performing Arts.
Resilience features the work of 25 senior UConn DMD Bachelor of Fine Arts students from both the Storrs and Stamford campuses. Exhibited artworks range from 2D and 3D animations to narrative and documentary films, digital publications, interactive websites, and games. The title Resilience reflects the challenges and experiences of the exhibiting artists’ senior year during the transition from distance learning to in person. For many of them, this tumultuous year not only strengthened the extent of their creative process, but also brought forth new and meaningful ideas unique to / through their work.
Ben Anderson, Brenna Ashby, Natalie Curtis, Megan Du Plessis, Quinn Erno, Arianna Gomes, Colleen Green, Paula Guerrero, Eric Laputka, Jon Larsen, Samir Lee, Matthew Luxeder, Nicole Mata, EJ McCabe, Sofia Messerrly, Jaret Ostop, Davis Peng, Lauren Platt, Kevin Rodican, Heather Rutishauser, Emmanuel Sainville, Meira Tompkins, Cara Tracey, Miles Waterbury, Chaofan Yu
Guests, and the public, are invited to attend the opening reception in the Jorgensen Gallery on Friday, April 1, 2022 from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. EDT to celebrate the exhibiting artists with faculty, friends, and family. The evening will feature awards at 6:15 p.m. and light refreshments. Parking is available at the North Garage at the special event rate of $5.
The Virtual Gallery will open on Saturday, April 2, 2022.