Release Date: March 18, 2003
ASU Art Students to Display Works in Annual Art Show
Angelo State University art students will present to the public the fruits of their creative talents during the second annual art exhibition "Synapse" Tuesday, March 25, through April 10 in the Carr Education-Fine Arts Building on the ASU campus.
The exhibition will display a variety of artworks, including drawings, paintings, sculptures, prints, ceramics and digital art. The event is organized by art students enrolled in the portfolio preparation class at ASU.
The class is designed to help students to create an art portfolio, a collection of works used by a student to display his or her talents to a potential employer. An art portfolio is a critical tool in beginning a career in art.
The exhibition is a class project designed to give students an opportunity to learn about the process of organizing an art event. The class is taught by Dr. Wen-Shu Lai, assistant professor of art at ASU.
A reception to honor the students who organized the exhibit and will be displaying their works is scheduled for 6 p.m. Thursday, March 27, on the first floor of the Carr Education-Fine Arts Building at 2602 Dena Drive. The reception is open to the public. Refreshments will be provided.
For more information, contact Lai at (325) 942-2085, Ext. 285.