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Student artwork in spotlight at annual exhibit

Student artwork in spotlight at annual exhibit


Student artwork in spotlight at annual exhibit

Lakeland will feature the talent of its art students as part of the annual Student Art Exhibition, a show that displays a variety of pieces by students enrolled in the university’s various studio art and graphic design classes from the current school year.

The exhibit opens April 1, with a reception at 4:30 p.m., and runs through April 29 in the Bradley Fine Arts Building on the Lakeland campus. The Bradley Gallery is open from 8 a.m.- 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, when Lakeland is in session.

On display will be many works in a wide range of media showing example assignments. Advanced course work is also on display in which students primarily set their own objectives.

Students with pieces in the exhibit represent the whole university with majors in business, science, computer science, education and the Humanities and Fine Arts.

Courses represented include drawing I & II, painting I & II, color theory, two-dimensional design, digital illustration, brand identity, typography and advanced image editing.

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