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2016-17 PHYSICAL EXHIBITION (Level 3 east)
Featuring original art by:

Sorcha Brooks, Anthropology | Blaise Cannon, Architecture |
Maria Jose Cardona, Illustration/Animation | Hayley Cleary, Illustration/Animation |
Spencer L. Dickerson, Metalsmithing | Kristina Foster, Visual Communication |
Josephine Kapicka, Latin American & Caribbean Studies | Martin Koch, Geology |
Christine Lee, Textile Design | Taylor Moody, Illustration/Animation |
Cassidy Nelson, Psychology | Shea O'Sullivan, Political Science & History |
Rhiannon Rosas, Photo Media | Sean Turner, Visual Arts |
Hannah Vaughan, Design | Peixin Wang, Mathematics


Staff work spaces (Level 4)

Katelin Burke, Visual Arts | Madison Bischler, Visual Arts | Madison Curry, Visual Arts

Quiet study lounge (Level 5)

Emily McGowan, Textile Design & Art History | Dani Ramirez, Visual Arts

Administrative Offices (Room 502)

Brandon Keenan, Visual Arts | Monica Restrepo, Textile Design |
Danielle Schablitsky, Visual Arts




LibArt: Student Art in the Libraries

Andrea Pitt
Chair of LibArt Committee

LibArt Exhibitions

Current Exhibition

PHOTOS: recognition reception & artwork

Guidelines and Policy

Submission guidelines

  • Eligibility
  • Application Process
  • Submission Review

Exhibition policy

  • Delivery
  • Installation
  • Security
  • Removal
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