Arts / Entertainment
Spring 2021 Art & Design Senior Seminar Exhibition
An exhibition of creative work from art and art education majors as part of the senior art and design capstone seminars. Featured this week: Andy Eccles, Sabryn Griffin, Casey Lehman, River Priest and Kayla Wall.
The Spring 2021 Senior Seminar Exhibition is on physical display Monday, March 15 through Thursday, May 6 at the Student Gallery, located in Arts Center room AC 238 on the University of Southern Indiana campus. This exhibition features the creative work of 20 USI students studying studio art, graphic design, photography, interactive media and illustration. Because of the gallery's intimate size, participants will exhibit their work in the four groups noted below.
The senior art and design seminars are capstone courses for art and art education majors. These courses combine discussion of current aesthetics issues in the visual arts with practical knowledge in career or graduate school preparation as well as evaluation of the student artistic growth and potential. This group exhibition is the culmination of these courses and a high point in the art majors’ careers at USI.
Participants in the exhibition include March 15-25 exhibitors Rakel Campbell, Alexis Haag, Noah Kress-Jones, Jacob Wedding and Grace Wolfinger; March 29-April 8 exhibitors Andy Eccles, Sabryn Griffin, Casey Lehman, River Priest and Kayla Wall; April 12-22 exhibitors Lydia Aleman, Allie Boyd, Kayce Deckard, Lane McMurtry and Angela Morlock; and April 26-May 6 exhibitors Karlee Barton, Em Davis, Sam DeVoy, Lani Dillard and Kiersten Slocum.
Guests are invited to view this exhibition in person at the Student Gallery, Arts Center room AC 238, Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Due to physical distancing limitations in place to limit the spread of COVID-19, no in-person reception has been scheduled for this event. Guests may need to wait to enter the space to maintain physical distance guidelines.
Find more information on the Art & Design Senior Exhibition web page.