Student Crossroads: Contemplating Uncovered Spaces

May 19 - July 10, 2022

A student Art Exhibition curated by UTRGV MFA Alumni Cristina Correa and Fatima Lai presenting works by high school art students in San Juan and Brownsville will be exhibited at the IMAS May 19 through July 10, 2022. This exhibit was inspired by Uncovered Spaces and created by students in Brownsville ISD and IDEA Public Schools. Student artwork can be viewed in the Welcome Pavilion of the International Museum of Art & Science.

Image Credit: Maryori Aranda, “Pathemophilia” Digital (Procreate)

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