Senior Seminar Exhibition
November 9 - December 2, 2015
Reception: 2-4 p.m., Sunday, November 15, 2015
Forty-eight senior art majors are displaying their creative work at the 2015 Senior Seminar Exhibition, November 9 to December 2, 2015 in the McCutchan Art Center/Pace Galleries, located in the lower lever of the Liberal Arts Center, on the USI campus. The exhibit features 145 examples of the students' works in a diverse array of media, including digital graphic and interactive media works, painting, sculpture, ceramics, drawings, prints and jewelry.
There will be a reception for the student artists from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday, November 15. Light refreshments will be served and the reception is open to the public. The exhibit is open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday and 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday.
The senior art and design seminars are capstone courses for art majors and combine discussion of current aesthetic issues in the visual arts with practical knowledge in career or graduate school preparation as well as evaluation of student artistic growth and potential. This exhibit is the culmination of these courses and a high point in these seniors' careers at USI.
Andrew Simpson, Paper Beats Rock, digital illustration, 2015
Marissa Puntney, Dia de los Muertos: Resurreccion, digital photograph, 2015
The exhibiting seniors are: Jacob Ahlbrand, Kirsten Bell, Rachel Bemis, Austin Brown, Hope Brundage, Brandon Chapman, Bailee Chilman, Craig Coursey, Christine Cullison, Alexis Dahl, Kelcie Davis, Chelsea Dillon, Brad Drinnon, Megan Elleser, Jarrod Fawks, Alexandria Greer, Ivy Griffin, Susan Hayes, Tiffanie Hendricks, Holly Hordynski, Cody Jones, Matthew Koewler, Tadashi Kojima, Anthony Alan Landers, Megan Lengacher, Sara Mayes, Grigoriy Medvedev, Carson Mier, Holly Montgomery, Amanda Morrison, Viviana Munoz, Silver Nelson, Anh Nguyen, Krissy Pugh, Marissa Puntney, Marissa Richey, Tamara Robey, Jenna (Citrus) Rueger, Andrew Simpson, Jessica Simpson, Katie Stout, Mickie Streets, Scott Streets, Matthew Wargel, Eric Wedding, Heather Williams, Christina N. Wilson and Lindsey Witty.
Tadashi Kojima, The Beginning of My Second Life, oil on canvas, 2015
Mickey Streets, Trabbit, clay, glaze, shoe polish, acrylic paint, 2015