Published: October 19, 2007
Thomas Nelson Community College students in Honors Art 193: Studies in Art will present Hey, It’s An Art Show, a multimedia exhibition of individual art projects on Friday, October 26 at 7:00 p.m. in Templin Hall on the College’s Hampton campus. The show is free and open to the public.
Students in Honors Art 193 have employed the latest technology and design concepts to build unique works of art through several alternative presentations including multi-channel videos, interactive projections and installations. Also included in this exhibit is the unveiling of two public art projects in Templin Hall.
“The purpose of Honors Art 193 is to allow a fuller and freer study of subject matter in various curriculums through exploring different avenues of art making,” said Cece Wheeler, Associate Professor of Art at TNCC. “Art not only provides an avenue for students to express themselves, it also affords special ways of perceiving ideas, mentally organizing and retrieving information, thus allowing and utilizing critical thinking and problem solving skills.”
The exhibit will open with a 7:00 p.m., screening of Josh Balster’s movie The Only Access in the Mary T. Christian Auditorium. Following this presentation, TNCC students, Janet Segovia, Matt Buckwalter, Tae Han Kim, Tyler Rhodes and Jon Boles will present their work in various locations throughout Templin Hall. Refreshments will be served.
More information on the exhibit and the individual artists can be found at www.tncc.edu/artshow.
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