2021 Senior Thesis Exhibitions
May 6 -9
Steven Castro, sculpture
senior exhibition thesis video
view a virtual exhibition tour Guided by Steven Castro
May 13 - 16
Inna Kimbrough, Painting / Emma Miller, painting & mixed media
inna kimbrough exhibition Price list:
- Veronica (oil on canvas), $200
- Elisabeth (oil on canvas), $200
- Hannah (oil on canvas), $200
- Lucy (oil on canvas), $200
- Work (ink on paper), $10 (per print)
- Glow (oil on paper), $150
- Absinthe (oil on paper), $150
- Creamsicle (oil on paper), $150
- Blister (ink on paper), $10 (per print)
- Homage to Kathe (ink on paper), $10 (per print)
- Pleading (ink on paper), $10 (per print)
- Me (oil on canvas), $350
- Kadi (oil on canvas), $300
- Narine (oil on canvas), $300
- Cat (oil on canvas), $350
May 20 - 23
Talia Rugg, photography / Liya Harris-Harrell, digital art
Each exhibition opening night will take place on Thursday evenings from 4:30-6pm.
Gallery Hours: Thursdays: 4:30-6pm. Friday - Sunday: 12noon - 5pm
Gallery safety measures: List Gallery will be open to students living on campus, faculty, and staff. At this time, the campus remains closed to visitors. The Gallery will accommodate 20 total guests at any given time, allowing for 6' social distancing. Masks are required.
Each show opening day, the artists' videos detailing their work will be posted on this page. Check for video posts on Thursdays (May 6th, 13th, 20th).
Join each artist on their listed Thursday opening reception for a virtual walk through of the exhibition. Two videos will be posted by each artist every Thursday! The first, a guided tour by the artist detailing the work in their thesis show. The second will be a thoughtful and dynamic exploration of their paths in the studio, delving into their process, materials, and development.
We look forward to seeing campus based students, faculty and staff for an in person experience. And we are thrilled to offer our very first virtual video thesis component.
The Senior Thesis Exhibition Series is made possible by the Ann Trimble Warren '38 exhibit endowment and the Department of Art and Art History.