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04/09/2014

2014 Fine Arts Senior Exhibition Opens in McLaurin Hall

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 Ceramics, photography, printmaking, jewelry/metals, digital video, collage, fibers, sculpture and paintings are on display in the Department of Fine Arts as part of the students’ capstone learning experience.
 The Senior Exhibition continues through April 18 in the Lewandowski Student Gallery. Works exhibited in 237, 314 and 316 McLaurin Hall and the McLaurin Hall third floor hallway will continue through April 11.

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ROCK HILL, S.C. – The three floors of Winthrop University’s McLaurin Hall have turned into exhibition venues to feature art works by 21 senior candidates for the B.F.A. in art and B.A. in art degrees.

Ceramics, photography, printmaking, jewelry/metals, digital video, collage, fibers, sculpture and paintings are on display in the Department of Fine Arts as part of the students’ capstone learning experience.

The Senior Exhibition continues through April 18 in the Lewandowski Student Gallery. Works exhibited in 237, 314 and 316 McLaurin Hall and the McLaurin Hall third floor hallway will continue through April 11.

As part of their capstone experience, the seniors have worked with Professor Mark Hamilton to build personal websites to help achieve their career goals upon graduation. They have worked with a second instructor, Professor Tom Stanley who is the department chair, to develop the installation and presentation for their senior exhibition.

The senior artists are: Stephanie Branniff, Sarah Cason, Elise Chapman, Walter Ragan Dickson, Matt Duncan, English Grant, Carly Horton, Julie Hydrick, Rebecca Jacobs, Holly Johnson, Sarah Kinard, Tiffany Lament, Lyndsey Parker, Philip A. Perry, Alayna Perryman, Corey Pope, Emily Raymonda, Terri Smith, Erin Stuart, Haley Swanson and Sarah Teal.

An artist reception is set for Friday, April 11, from 6 to 8 p.m. The event is free and open to the public. For more information, contact Stanley at 803/323-2653 or e-mail him at stanleyt@winthrop.edu.

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