Student Art on Display in Hatheway Gallery

 

 

Photo by S. Paige Allen, Lewis and Clark Community College photographer<br > Students honored with awards at the Student Art Exhibition are (L to R): Alexis Heacox, Qynce Chumley, Eleanor Wright, Nicole Leith, Julia Johnson, Jeanne Meyer, Jill Gaines, and Carole Hillman.<br > The exhibit opened April 10 in the Hatheway Cultural Center Gallery, and will run through May 1. The public is invited to attend the exhibit to view the student artwork during gallery hours, which are from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday-Friday, and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturdays. <br > https://www.flickr.com/photos/lewisandclarkcc/sets/72157651990457132/with/16551198723/

Photo by S. Paige Allen, Lewis and Clark Community College photographer
https://www.flickr.com/photos/lewisandclarkcc/sets/72157651990457132/with/16551198723/
Students honored with awards at the Student Art Exhibition are (L to R): Alexis Heacox, Qynce Chumley, Eleanor Wright, Nicole Leith, Julia Johnson, Jeanne Meyer, Jill Gaines, and Carole Hillman.
The exhibit opened April 10 in the Hatheway Cultural Center Gallery, and will run through May 1. The public is invited to attend the exhibit to view the student artwork during gallery hours, which are from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday-Friday, and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturdays. 

Julia Johnson
Contributor

 

Running from April 10 to May 1, dozens of works from fine art, computer graphics and web design students at Lewis and Clark Community College will be displayed for viewing.

A month after housing the Faculty Art Exhibition, Hatheway Gallery will once again play host to the 11th Annual Student Art Exhibition.

The types of art that will be on display include digital photography, graphic illustration, web page design, paintings, drawings, sculptures, prints and several other mediums.

Students submitted work to be judged and selected separately by art type: digital or physical. Fine art students are limited to submitting three works per specific medium, which include 2D art, 3D art and mixed media. All submitted works must be completed by students during the 2014-2015 academic year.

Computer graphics and web design students, however, have no limit to the number of pieces they may submit for jurying. Many students are taking full advantage of the absence of a submission limit, and are entering over two dozen works to be considered.

“I am submitting 29 digital artworks to this year’s show, ranging from digital photography to digital illustration and advertising,” Computer Graphics student Sarah Duhe said.

The exhibition is an opportunity for students to receive recognition for their works, as well as see the works of other artists throughout campus.

“I think it’s a wonderful and exciting way to show your work, and to hold yourself against other people in your classes who work in your medium, and and see how you’re doing,” Fine Art student Jody Jedlicka said.

An opening reception and awards ceremony will be held on Friday, April 10, from 5 to 7 p.m. Submissions that are selected for the exhibition will compete for more than $600 in cash and prizes, that will be awarded on the April 10 ceremony. Students displaying work in the exhibition will also have the opportunity to sell their works to potential buyers.

L&C students, as well as the public, are invited to view the gallery through the duration of the exhibit. Hatheway Gallery is open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Saturday for viewing of the student art.

 

Contact Julia at juejohnson@lc.edu