Senior Art on Display

Wittenberg University’s 2017-2018 Winter Exhibition

Wittenberg University’s department of art announces the opening of the annual winter exhibition of senior studio art majors. The exhibit includes a sample of each year-long thesis project currently in production for April 2018.

The exhibit will be open from 5-7 p.m. Monday, Nov. 20, in the Thompson Gallery in Koch Hall.

Nine seniors will have their work displayed during the group exhibition. Media areas represented in this show include painting, drawing, graphic design, ceramics and photography.

This year’s senior class in art includes Erin Brubaker of Bexley, Ohio; Shae Eakright of Fort Wayne, Ind.; Luke Flecher of Wooster, Ohio; Mikayla Garberich of Springfield, Ohio; Kelsey Gregory of Easton, Ohio; Lauren Johns of Belle Center, Ohio; Cassidy Kirby of East Northport, N.Y.; Deanna Volz of Washington, Pa.; and Elizabeth Wetterstrom of Delaware, Ohio.

The winter exhibition will be open to the public through Sunday, Nov. 26.

- By Cassidy Kirby ’18

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