Visual Communication students at Lone Star College-Kingwood will have a chance to showcase their work at the annual Visual Communication Student Show April 14-April 30. A free opening reception will take place at the college’s Fine Arts Gallery located in the Student Fine Arts Building at 12:00 pm on April 17.
The Visual Communication Student Show will feature works from students this semester. Entrants who have taken classes within the last year were eligible to participate in this year’s show.
“The student show began in 2005 with the purpose of showcasing the work of Visual Communication students to the college and local community. In the past, faculty selected the top student work to be showcased. This year’s show is the second juried show, which means that the students select what they feel is their best work. This change has generated a lot of excitement and interest in the students,” said Shawn Sedoff, visual communications lead faculty member.
Interested parties who attend the annual Visual Communication Student Show will be able to view several works in many different categories such as print, independent (work done professionally or outside of the classroom) multimedia/animation and 3-D.
For more information on the student show, contact Sedoff at 281-312-1742.
Register now for summer I and summer II 2014 credit classes. For general information about Lone Star College-Kingwood, call 281-312-1600 or visit our Web site at http://lonestar.edu/kingwood.htm.
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