Morehead State’s once-a-year senior art exhibit, “All the things Viewed as: MSU Senior Juried Art and Design Exhibition,” will be on show March 31-April 16 at the Golding-Yang Gallery in Morehead State’s Claypool-Young Artwork Making.
Due to COVID-19 restrictions, there will be no opening reception for the function, but it will be open up to the public Monday via Friday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The show will attribute the function of 29 senior art and design and style college students who will be graduating in May well or December.
For this year’s exhibition, jurors will be Adam Yungbluth, MSU traveling to assistant professor of artwork and style, and Melissa Yungbluth, director of the Golding-Yang Gallery and teacher of art and design and style. Awards will be supplied for very first, second, and third position and most effective in present. Many honorable mentions will also be awarded.
Melissa Yungbluth will announce the winners Wednesday, March 31, at 7 p.m. by means of WebEx. She will also supply a walking tour of the show. She claimed viewing the exhibition will enable men and women to see emerging artists’ work at a pivotal point in their careers.
“It is the fruits of what they have accomplished in their decades listed here at MSU, but it can be also the art correct prior to they enter the expert environment, or some could go on to graduate university,” Yungbluth said. “This is the one particular time in their careers as artists that this function will be considered, most probably. They’re likely to commence altering once more right after they graduate and go to the following phase in life.”
For more info about the exhibit and obtain to the awards announcement, email Yungbluth at [email protected]
To find out about MSU’s Division of Art and Style systems, stop by www.moreheadstate.edu/artwork, electronic mail [email protected] or contact 606-783-2766.