Senior Portfolios, featuring the work of 17 graduating SUU Art & Design majors comprise the current exhibit in the Braithwaite Fine Arts Gallery at Southern Utah University. It will remain on display through May 7, SUU Commencement Day 2005.
Students exhibiting senior portfolios include the following art majors:
Alisha Provstgaard from St. George, UT; Anna Leeman from Sun River, Oregon; Cassie Cook from Salt Lake City; Cordelle Morris; Cynthia Gough from Santa Clara, UT; Damon Rasmussen from Enoch, UT; Dandee Pattee from Casper, WY; Derek Christensen from Circleville, UT; Derek Walker from Cedar City; Florens Zelaya from San Salvador; Heather Hill from Baltimore; Henry Bawden from St. George, UT; Jeffrey Case from Bermuda Dunes, CA; Nicole Christian from Cedar City; Paul Hamblin from Ivins, UT; Seth Green from St. George, UT; and Stacy Moses from Blackfoot, ID.
A culmination of years of study by student artists, this exhibit is definitely worth a visit to view high-quality, fresh and original art. The Gallery is open Monday through Friday, noon to 7 p.m. On Commencement Day, Saturday, May 7, the exhibit will be open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.. Admission is free. For more information, contact the Gallery at (435) 586-5432 or see www.suu.edu/pva/gallery.
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