BFA Student Work

BFA Student Work

BFA Exhibitions

BFA students organize group shows in the Barney Building exhibition spaces throughout the school year, in response to a competitive "call for proposals" process.  The Undergraduate Student Art Organization faciliates a BFA-wide exhibition and series of events in December of each year.  Open Studio events are also planned in the 20 Cooper Studios, as part of the Senior Studio experience.

Alumni News

Joeun Kim Aatchim, BFA is a 2018-2020 Open Session Fellow at The Drawing Center. "eye jailed eye" at Vacation marks Aatchim’s return to painting after corrective eye-surgery, in 2008, stole the practice from her. With this body of work she investigates the relationship of her vision and memory to her painting practice, taking on the subject of ancestral trauma. This exhibition was featured in Hyperallergic.

Damien Davis, BFA is the 2018-2019 Artist in Residence at the Sugar Hill Children's Museum of Art & Storytelling. His solo exhibition "Color Cargo” is currently on display at The Center for Art in Wood in Old City, Philadelphia. His work is also featured in the group exhibition "Race and Revolution: Still Separate – Still Unequal" at the August Wilson African American Cultural Center in Pittsburgh. Davis has recently been interviewed by ArtBlog and featured in Hyperallergic.

Dan Herschlein, BFA has been featured in Art21's "New York Close Up" video series, an award-winning digital film series devoted to capturing early-career artists living and working in New York City.

Becky Kolsrud, BFA has a solo exhibition at the Phil Gallery in Los Angeles entitled "Compression and Fragmentation."

Heidi Lau: Apparition”, organised by the Macao Museum of Art under the auspices of the Cultural Affairs Bureau, was inaugurated on May 9, 2019 at the Macao-China venue of the 58th International Art Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia in Venice. The exhibition showcases ceramic works by the Macao artist Heidi Lau, BFA. Lau also has work in a group exhibition entitled "Lararium" at the Deli Gallery in Brooklyn.

The Noguchi Museum's Teen Advisory Board, led by teaching artist Sejin Park, BFA, curated twenty-six summarized stories that describe actions or thoughts towards building an equitable future. With uplifting quotes printed along the stretch of Rainey Park, "Onwards" aims to empower the community and ultimately strengthen the ties and bonds that unify Long Island City.

Justin T. Russo, BFA has been selected as one of 50 artists worldwide to create a mural within the five boroughs of New York to mark the first WorldPride in the United States and the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising. Read the New York Times article here.