From silkscreens, photographs and sculpture to works in charcoal, paint and digital media, the annual student art exhibition curated by the Department of Art and Architecture kicked off on April 29 with an opening reception at the Davis Gallery at Houghton House.
Titled “Student Art and Architecture: Studio Work from 2015-2016,” this year’s exhibition will be on display until Monday, May 16.
For the exhibit, the walls and spaces of Houghton House, the Goldstein Family Carriage House and the Katherine D. Elliott Studio Arts Center feature works from students in studio art courses at various levels of their academic career, ranging from those in introductory-level studios to those in their senior portfolio and capstone courses.
Architectural studio projects emphasizing the illustration of rich design process are also part of the exhibit. Works include final models, multi-media studies, and rendered drawings.
The exhibition hours run Monday through Friday, 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and Saturday, 1:30 to 4:30 p.m.
The professors who have guided the students include Professors of Art and Architecture Ted Aub, Michael Bogin, Nicholas Ruth and Phillia Yi, Associate Professor of Art and Architecture Kirin Makker, Assistant Professors of Art and Architecture Alysia Kaplan and Jeffrey Blankenship, and Instructor of Art and Architecture Patrick Kana ’12.
For more information about “Student Art and Architecture: Studio Work from 2015-2016” call 781-3487.