Featuring the work of China Alvarado and Keishla Manzano, Villa Maria College’s Photography BFA Thesis Exhibitions represent two semesters of research and experimentation and the culmination of years of higher education. The exhibitions will be on display from May 13th through May 27th at the Buffalo Center for Arts and Technology, 1221 Main St, Buffalo, NY 14209. An opening reception will be held on Thursday, May 12th from 5:00 to 6:30 PM. The Center’s hours are Monday through Friday 9 AM – 6 PM. Please note, it is required that all visitors, regardless of vaccination status, wear a mask.
Titled Simply Liquidity, China Alvarado’s photographs of moving, colorful liquids exist as both beautiful and abstract worlds and yet still suggest a narrative. Alvarado’s work can be seen at http://chinaalvarado.com
In a symbolically titled show <3 sci, Keishla Manzano has taken inspiration from Korean pop music to create a series of stylized portraits. Manzano’s work can be seen at http://www.moonsinstudio.com.