Webster At Home: DADAH Live Stream Exhibit 'After Dark'
May 22, 2020
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On May 10, the Department of Art, Design, and Art History (DAHAH) live streamed their exhibit After Dark. The show features a collection of works from DADAH’s 2020 graduating BA and BFA students. At the end of every Spring semester, the department has a new, talented group of artists, graphic designers, and art historians that culminate their time at Webster with a final exhibition or presentation of their research thesis. Participates can rewatch the live stream on the DAHAH Facebook page.
Click here to take a look at the DADAH’s 2020 graduating work DAHAH Exhibit After Dark.
The 2020 event marks the first DADAH graduating class that will have their work presented in an online exhibition, and they will be the founding class of a new online DADAH archive of the department’s graduating seniors. The online format of this exhibition initially responded to the global pandemic caused by COVID-19, a situation that has drastically altered what our department and students are used to, but has also brought out the resiliency, understanding, and flexibility of students, faculty, and staff.