About the Exhibition

HUED: 2020 Bachelor of Fine Arts Online Exhibition

presents the accomplishments of forthcoming graduates from the BFA program in Studio Art in the Department of Art & Art History at the University of Hawaii at Mānoa. Each student’s methods, concepts and manifestations are highlighted in this exhibition which completes the coursework towards a BFA degree in studio art at UHM.

This group exhibition is the culmination of a semester-long focused exploration of professional studio practice in the visual arts. Their work in ceramics, drawing and painting, print media, and sculpture showcases a diverse range of ideas and techniques. 

Due to the impact of COVID-19, this online exhibition represents in virtual terms the works of the majority of the students in the BFA seminar. The works of all the 2020 BFA graduating students in the Studio Art program will be featured in a planned showcase exhibition at The Art Gallery at the University of Hawaii at Mānoa in the upcoming fall semester, by which time we expect the current restrictions to access to be relaxed. This physical exhibition of HUED is scheduled for August 30 – September 18, 2020.

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Studio Degree Candidates for the 2020 BFA

include Miku Atsuya, Karen Baker, Lauren Calkins, Kaitlin Chan, Teven Chang, Jaron Chatani, Karen Fuentes, Shirley Lam, Juno Moon, Jarin Moriguchi, Eric Ordorica, Paola Rodriguez Beltran, Azusa Takahashi, Nakemiah Williams, and Nadine Yokotake.

Program Mentors

Peter Chamberlain
Professor of Electronic Arts+ Electronic Arts Area Chair

Charles Cohan
Professor of Printmaking

Rebecca Maria Goldschmidt
Graduate Assistant & Online Exhibition Webmaster

Sponsors 

University of Hawaii at Mānoa’s Department of Art & Art History and College of Arts & Humanities; Student Activity & Program Fee Board, UHM; Hawaii State Foundation on Culture and the Arts, through appropriations from the Legislature of the State of Hawaii and by the National Endowment for the Arts; Halekulani Hotel – Hospitality Sponsor for the Arts at UH Mānoa; and anonymous donors.