2019-2020 Master of Fine Arts (MFA) Student Exhibitions



MFA Exhbition by Jenn Hudson

This exhibition was canceled due to the 2020 Pandemic and rescheduled for early fall 2020. Congratulations on completing your masters, Ms. Hudson! We look forward to seeing your work next year!

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MFA Exhibition by Kehinde Osho

This exhibition was canceled due to the 2020 Pandemic. We want to congratulate Mr. Osho on completing the K-State Master of Fine Arts program and wish him many successes in his future.


MFA Exhibition by Dee Roof

MANHATTAN —The Kansas State University Department of Art will present the exhibition, "PolleNative" by MFA Candidate Dee Roof from March 2 – March 6 in the Mark A. Chapman Gallery in Willard Hall, Kansas State University campus. A reception will be held from 3:00 pm - 7:00 pm on Friday, March 6, 2020 in the gallery. Events are free and open to the public.

These events are presented and funded in part, by KSU SGA Fine Arts Fee.

Helehombus, digital, 10x10", 2020

Dee Roof is originally from Philadelphia and received her BFA in Graphic Design from the Tyler School of Art of Temple University, where she was awarded the Graphic Design Faculty Award.

Pattern is ever-present in nature - from ripples on water, to bright leaves scattering, to layers of earth - making it a compelling medium to build awareness of the importance of biodiversity to the vital process of pollination. Roof's fascination with pattern began with family quilts and continued in her focused study of pattern design history, as well as exploration of pattern creation methods. In this large installation piece, her patterns call the viewer to take specific actions to conserve habitat for the significant pollinators wild, native bees.

Website: deeroof.net


The Mark A. Chapman Gallery on the first floor of Willard Hall opened in 2005. Cheryl Mellenthin and Mark Chapman funded a complete renovation of the former Willard Hall Gallery, increasing the exhibition space to over 1,400 square feet along with 400 square feet dedicated to exhibition preparation and kitchen facilities. The Department of Art hosts BFA and MFA student exhibitions in the gallery as part of graduation requirements each semester. The technology friendly gallery serves not only exhibition purposes, but also provides a location for an active Visiting Artist lecture program.

Archived MFA Student Exhibitions

Upcoming MFA Exhibitions