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MFA Exhibition is part of Grad School family

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While many Master’s programs require a research thesis or independent study as the culmination of all knowledge and skills learned throughout the degree, the Master of Fine Arts program requires their graduating students to present an exhibition of their work. The Graduate School’s Anna Jacobson, receptionist and hard working “know the answer to almost every question” front line person by day, and talented student-artist by night is preparing to show her final exhibition, r.Iron.o.

While our art students learn skills in various media from ceramics to metalsmithing to sculpture, they generally focus most of their education in their desired major. For Anna it was printmaking.



From the Exhibition, r.Iron.o by Anna Jacobson


The Col. Eugene e. Myers Art Gallery in the Hughes Fine Art Center on the University of North Dakota campus plays hosts to MFA exhibits, open to the public. Anna’s exhibition will open with a public reception from 5pm – 7:30pm on Monday October 25th and continues until November 4th. The Gallery is open daily from 11:00am – 4pm.

Way to go, Anna and congratulations for all of your hard work – day and night!

Written by School of Graduate Studies

October 18, 2010 at 8:05 am

Posted in Events, people

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  1. Like!

    Evan Nelson

    October 21, 2010 at 10:49 am

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