December 2, 2013
On Campus

Wittenberg Senior Art Majors Present at Winter Exhibition

Students will Present Work in Photography, Ceramics, and Painting

Springfield, Ohio – The annual Winter Exhibition of Wittenberg University Studio Art Senior Thesis students opens Tuesday, Dec. 3, in Thomas Gallery, Koch Hall. An opening reception will take place at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 4.

The exhibition displays a preview of the students’ year-long thesis capstone projects.

Students exhibiting their work include:
Kate Causbie, from Edmonds, Wash. — photography
Angela Chen, from Shanghai, China — painting
Jacob Kuntz, from Versailles, Ky. — ceramics
Carly Sparrow, from Springfield, Ohio — painting
Anna Strecker, from Cincinnati, Ohio — ceramics

The Thompson Gallery is open weekdays from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. The exhibition runs through Wednesday, Dec. 18 and is open to the public, free of charge.

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Wittenberg's curriculum has centered on the liberal arts as an education that develops the individual's capacity to think, read, and communicate with precision, understanding, and imagination. We are dedicated to active, engaged learning in the core disciplines of the arts and sciences and in pre-professional education grounded in the liberal arts. Known for the quality of our faculty and their teaching, Wittenberg has more Ohio Professors of the Year than any four-year institution in the state. The university has also been recognized nationally for excellence in community service, sustainability, and intercollegiate athletics. Located among the beautiful rolling hills and hollows of Springfield, Ohio, Wittenberg offers more than 100 majors, minors and special programs, enviable student-faculty research opportunities, a unique student success center, service and study options close to home and abroad, a stellar athletics tradition, and successful career preparation.

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