Visual Arts Department Presents: Senior Visual Arts Thesis Exhibition: Amaryllis 

NMSA’s Senior Visual Art Class presents the exhibition Amaryllis, named after a delicate flower symbolizing determination, passion and beauty. Over the past year together, they have created a collection of individual bodies of work; rich with themes of identity, culture, and creativity. Represented is a range of mediums as diverse as the class itself– from large sculptures and canvases, intricate jewelry and comic books all the way to installation experiences, Amaryllis will transport you through the world of artistic vibrancy that is quintessential to the seniors final capstone project. Exhibition statement by Jay Myers ’24. 

Join us for the public opening of Amaryllis!

Date & Time
Friday, April 19, 5 – 7 pm

Thaw Visual Arts Gallery @ NMSA, 500 Montezuma Ave
No tickets required.

Save the Date for Senior Gallery Talks on May 10th from 2 – 5 pm, featuring 5 minute presentations from each senior student.