Art Student Honors Exhibition

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Art Student Honors Exhibition

The annual exhibition features student work created in the studios of the Anna Lamar Switzer Center for Visual Arts. Student work is faculty-selected, representing the finest examples of ceramics, drawings, digital imaging, graphic design, jewelry, painting, photography, sculpture and video. Scholarships and awards are presented during the reception honoring student achievement.

Awards presentation: 6-8 p.m. April 25

Roland Miller, Abandoned in Place/Constellation Rising

May 20 – July 18
Roland Miller, Abandoned in Place/Constellation Rising

Support Wall

A dual exhibition with the Visual Arts Gallery and the National Naval Aviation Museum

For 20 years, Roland Miller has explored and interpreted the deactivated and active space-launch and research facilities around the United States. These two separate exhibitions are a unique, artistic document of America’s space exploration programs.

On display in the Visual Arts Gallery, Abandoned in Place is a photographic exploration of the deactivated and repurposed space launce and research facilities around the country.

On display at the National Naval Aviation Museum at Pensacola Naval Air Station, Constellation Rising is a visual examination of the end of the Space Shuttle program.

Artist reception at the Visual Arts Gallery: 6-8 p.m. May 23.

Cable Way

Len Davis, A Thousand Words

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Len Davis, A Thousand Words

A Thousand Works exhibition is an interactive series of 5-by-8-inch collage drawings mounted on wood panels featuring found objects, people’s faces and text.