Sixteen seniors, set to graduate at the end of winter quarter, will be featured at Hopkins Hall Gallery, displaying works of all types of media—sculpture, glasswork, painting, ceramics, and even photography. This is not the first time Hopkins has displayed student works, but this year hopes of paying recognition to seniors graduating are among top priority.
Each selection of student artwork is comprised along with a written explanation of their work. Prudence Gill is the director of Hopkins Hall Gallery and Corridor, and remarks that there will be a variety of non-traditional, original art forms. Some displays are even interactive with video montages.
The displays at Hopkins Hall Gallery allow students to represent themselves and their work, and reduces the pressure of students to find or create their own exhibits. Many of these graduating seniors will go on to pursue masters degrees, to teach, or to enter straight into the art world.
The exhibit commences March 10 and will be concluded at 5 p.m. on March 20, honoring the graduating seniors.