PLU Student Artists Bound to Impress
Last week, student artists at PLU turned in their two dimensional and three dimensional artworks for inclusion in the Juried Student Art Exhibit. This yearly event happens each fall and focuses on recent work by talented students in any discipline.
The juried exhibit is open to any PLU student though typically Art & Design majors and minors have the largest share of representation. This year, student art was evaluated by Samer Fouad and coordinated by Mare Blocker, Visiting Assistant Professor of Art & Design. Mr. Fouad particularly noted the overall high level of craftsmanship in this year’s submissions. The 2019 exhibition features ceramic arts, painting, and photography from students who are all class levels. Keystone students hung the show as part of their training.
The opening reception is Wednesday, November 13 from 5-7 PM in the University Gallery where awards will be announced. The exhibition will run until December 11. The gallery will be open to the public Monday through Friday during business hours (8 AM – 4 PM). For more information, contact the Department of Art and Design at firstname.lastname@example.org or 253.535.7573.