Enjoy the very best artworks created by seven MFA candidates from the School of Art in the annual 2021 Master of Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition offered in 3D, 360-degree, virtual reality.
Physically hung in the galleries of the University of Arizona Museum of Art and the School of Art’s Joseph Gross Gallery, the exhibition is viewed virtually. Utilizing the 3D space capture program from Matterport, museum visitors have the opportunity to virtually ‘walk-through’ the different exhibitions and even view the exhibition in VR, which puts you “in the gallery.” Each piece of artwork has been carefully scanned to facilitate the new online medium and paired with the navigation aspect allows for great user experience.
The School of Art’s MFA Thesis Exhibition is presented annually during the last semester of a graduate student’s process to complete the Master of Fine Arts studio degree. During the last year of their coursework, graduates work closely with faculty to develop original art of which the character and reach of works being presented is determined by the graduate.
- Anna Brody … this is the only thing we’ve got
- Benjamin Dearstyne Hoste … Tangencies
- Danielle Jones … What is Left
- Daniel Maxwell … Onward
- Trent Pechon … From What Lies Outside It
- Lauren C. Steinert … Traces
- Bella Maria Varela … @Border_Becky
Some of the content on this site could be considered objectionable or offensive by some viewers. There are several works that are graphical depictions of violence, human anatomy, or regard sexuality. Viewer discretion is advised.