Queen's BFA 2013
About Maverick Behaviour:
This years Queen’s University Bachelor of Fine Arts Honors students included a ambitious group of 18 emerging artists. These students have worked the last 4 years in the studios of Ontario Hall in traditional and contemporary fine art mediums. Unique to the Queen’s University experience, the 4th year students work independently on their artist thesis. With the help of an advisor they produce a body of work showcasing their development in an artistic narrative. These works are exhibited at the end of the 2013 school year, a Final Exhibition hosted by the BFAH graduating class. Welcome to our Maverick Behavior.
Maverick Behavior – being willfully independent; the show theme expresses each individual’s learning experience while here at Queen’s. It represents the artists we see today, and an outlook towards our future. We embrace ideas and continue to push boundaries. We are excited to present to you an expression of this practice as a diverse collective.
The Maverick Behavior students, BFA’13 Planning Committee will be hosting events and fundraisers throughout the year to support our final exhibition. We welcome you into our studio space and our diverse artistic practices.
Stay tuned as we work towards our goal and become a part of our Maverick Behavior.