Art students to showcase culmination of work in senior exhibit

A group of 22 senior art students will showcase a culmination of their work at Sam Houston State University in the Graduating Senior Art Exhibit during finals week.

Held in the Gaddis Geeslin Library, the exhibit will feature a variety of work from students receiving their Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree. The exhibit will feature a variety of senior students artwork including sculpture, video, drawing, painting and animation.

[The exhibit] is a capstone experience preparing for [the students] for exhibiting in galleries beyond SHSU, Annie Strader, assistant art professor, said.

Strader added that the exhibit will also be a chance for the students to share their work with the campus community.

Hopefully, it will broaden others perspectives and for students to see what their peers are doing in the art department, Strader said.

The Graduating Senior Art Exhibit will be held from May 7 to May 12 with a reception following commencement on Saturday.

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