Susquehanna Student Talent on Display in Lore Degenstein Gallery
Published on March 9, 2012
Susquehanna University’s senior graphic designers and studio artists stage their own exhibition in the Lore Degenstein Gallery each spring, a tradition known as The Senior Show. This year’s exhibition will run from March 17–April 1, with a free opening reception for the public March 17 from 7 to 9 p.m.
This year’s event, themed “2012: The End,” shines a spotlight on the work of 17 students, including advertisements, package designs, magazine spreads, paintings and other fine art. Participants go beyond contributing artwork to planning most aspects of the show, from curating to publicizing to designing the exhibition logo.
For the senior designers and artists, the exhibition is a chance to have family, friends and the Susquehanna community appreciate the unique qualities of pieces representing four years of study.
“This exhibition will give me the opportunity to show my style of design,” said Ben Ross, a graphic design major from Wolfeboro Falls, N.H. “My work shows how far I’ve come as a graphic designer and features pieces that I am most proud of.”
"This isn't just another art show, it's our show,” said Chance King, a graphic design major from Newburgh, N.Y. “We put so much work into this, and we'd love for the community to see it."
Karen M. Jones