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Romeo Dies: MFA Thesis Exhibition 2024

Romeo Dies

MFA Thesis Exhibition 2024

Culver Center of the Arts

April 13, 2024 to May 5, 2024

Spring Reception: Saturday, April 13, 3-6pm

Romeo Dies presents the work of six students graduating from UCR’s Master of Fine Arts program this year: Benjamin Berry, Antonio Bever, Inès Kivimaki, Sandip Kuriakose, Acacia Marable, and Sofia Valiente. These students join the ranks of MFA graduates from art departments and art schools across Southern California, a region that has become known for transforming its art students into major players on the international art scene. UCR’s distinctive thesis exhibition offers our highly motivated students an off campus, public gallery setting to present an ambitious body of work, cumulating advanced art research and practice into a thesis project. The distinguished full-time faculty in UCR’s Art Department includes Anna Betbeze, John Divola, Brandon Lattu, Charles Long, Lynne Marsh, Yunhee Min, and Amir Zaki.


Exhibitions at UCR ARTS are supported by the College of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences at UCR, and by the City of Riverside.