Works of 20 fine art seniors specializing in graphic design at Mississippi State will be on display April 24-May 2 at the Cullis Wade Depot Art Gallery.
Free to all, the “After Hours” exhibition in the university Welcome Center’s second-floor gallery celebrates the conclusion of the students’ art department studies.
The portfolio works range from illustrative poster designs and eye-catching advertisements to compelling web design layouts and packaging. In addition to the physical displays, individual portfolio books and self-promotional pieces will be available for viewing on opening night. For a preview, visit www.afterhoursmsu.com and follow on Instagram @afterhoursmsu.
A 5-7 p.m. opening reception in the students’ honor will take place Monday [April 24] at the Cullis Wade gallery. Complimentary refreshments provided by The Biscuit Shop and Strangebrew Coffeehouse in Starkville will be served.
Gallery hours are 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday-Friday. For more, see at bit.ly/MSUArtGalleriesFB.
The “After Hours” exhibitors include (by hometown):
BILOXI— Ian F. Green; and Dustin S. Nickell-Templin.
BIRMINGHAM, Alabama—Anna C. Barber; and Sarah L. Prater.
BRANDON—Vernon E. McCoy Jr.; and Mitchell S. “Mitch” Phillips.
BOLIVAR, Tennessee—Kelsey M. Bishop.
CALEDONIA—Brianna G. Bradley.
COLUMBIA—Jeremy K. Childress.
CORINTH—Erin N. Frazier.
FLOWOOD—Anna R. Zollicoffer.
LAUREL—Hayden A. Lambert.
NEW ALBANY—McKinley Ranager.
PASS CHRISTIAN—Kelli M. Clayton.
SIKESTON, Missouri—Victoria L. “Tori” Holmes.
SOUTHAVEN—Sami K. Mendoza.
STARKVILLE—Keats V. Haupt.
TERRY—Lauren B. Lewis.
TUPELO—Joshua C. “Josh” Green.
Additional gallery information is available from Lori Neuenfeldt, MSU art department gallery director, at 662-325-2973 or LNeuenfeldt@caad.msstate.edu.
Part of MSU’s College of Architecture, Art and Design, the Department of Art is home to the Magnolia State’s largest undergraduate studio art program. For more, visit www.caad.msstate.edu.
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