Communication Design and Fine Arts Student Exhibit at Loudoun

Communication Design and Fine Arts Student Exhibit at LoudounThe annual Communication Design and Fine Arts Student Exhibition is currently on view at the Loudoun Campus Waddell Art Gallery. Student works from both the Communication Design and Fine Arts programs are featured and include examples of graphic design, visual imagery, multimedia design, animation and web design from the Communication Design program, and ceramics, design, drawing, painting, printmaking and sculpture from the Fine Arts program.

The exhibit runs through April 25. The gallery is located in the Waddell Building on the ground floor. Gallery hours are 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. The gallery is closed weekends.

Accompanying images from the exhibit include the work of Layla Saad (“Unbroken;” ceramic, mixed media), Ali Al Jumaili (“Deep Inside;” ink, acrylic, ink pen, collage) and Otto Najera Lemus (Print/Layout).

Please also note the Waddell Gallery’s 2014 calendar includes the following:

May 19 to June 20:
“The Creative Mind: The Intersection of Art and Science”

August 11 to September 12:
Art Faculty Exhibition

September 22 to October 24:
Tony Naponic, Paintings

November 3 to December 5:
Mark Miltz, Eva Series, Paintings

For more information, visit the gallery’s website.

Communication Design and Fine Arts Student Exhibit at Loudoun Communication Design and Fine Arts Student Exhibit at Loudoun

 

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