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"Distorted Self Portrait: 2" by Elizabeth Ransom
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"Distorted Self Portrait: Blur" by Elizabeth Ransom
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"Distorted Self Portrait: Faceless" by Elizabeth Ransom
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"Distorted Self Portrait: Hair" by Elizabeth Ransom
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"Distorted Self Portrait: Rorschach" by Elizabeth Ransom
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"Distorted Self Portrait: Untitled" by Elizabeth Ransom
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"Untitled" by Tim Sequin
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"Untitled" by Tim Sequin
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"Untitled" by Tim Sequin
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"Untitled" by Tim Sequin
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"Untitled" by Tim Sequin
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"Alaska I" by Austin Chernich
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"Alaska II" by Austin Chernich
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"Childhood" by Austin Chernich
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"Enumclaw" by Austin Chernich
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The Bachelor of Fine Arts degree is the professional undergraduate art degree. It is an expanded undergraduate degree that requires each student to undertake a program of more than 180 undergraduate credits. In the context of the photography concentration, the BFA is an opportunity for students to focus on the development of a photo-based body of work throughout a nine month academic year, culminating in a BFA exhibition. The students work with their committees throughout the year, in order to develop their emphasis as they progress to their final exhibition.

For more information, please visit the BFA's section of the Course Cataloge.