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Appalachian Center for Craft

About Bachelor of Fine Arts Thesis Exhibitions

The Appalachian Center for Craft, a satellite campus of Tennessee Tech University, promotes
excellence in American craft by teaching tradition and innovation in technique, concept and design.

TTU offers five Bachelor of Fine Arts degree concentrations in fine craft: clay, fibers, glass, metals, and wood. The BFA degree is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD) and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS).

The measure of accomplishment is the BFA senior thesis exhibition, requiring high standards of professionalism in preparation, design and execution.

Upcoming Spring 2015 BFA Thesis Exhibitors include:

Beth Bradford (Fibers) April 14th - April 19th in Front Gallery

Reception: Sun, April 19, 2pm – 4pm

Daniel Warden (Metals) April 14th - April 19th in Gallery One

Reception: Sat, April 18, 6pm – 8pm

Dylan Loftis (Wood) April 21st - April 26th in Front Gallery

Reception: Sat, April 25, 5pm – 7pm

Cameron Ringenberg (Metals) April 21st - April 26th in Gallery One

Reception: Sat, April 25, 5pm – 7pm

Jessica Hagar (Fibers) April 28th - May 3rd in Front Gallery

Reception: Tue, April 28, 4pm – 6pm

Josh Gibbs (Metals) April 28th - May 3rd in Gallery One

Reception: Sun, May 3, 4:30pm – 6:30pm

Kate Haigney (Glass) May 5th - May 10th in Front Gallery

Reception: Sat, May 9, 5pm – 7pm

Images from left to right: Jessica Hagar; Fibers, Beth Bradford; Fibers, Josh Gibbs; Metals

Bottom: Cameron Ringenberg; Metals