Published: November 29, 2010
HAMPTON, Va. – Thomas Nelson Community College (TNCC) Computer Arts students will present their work in “Identity Crisis.” Free and open to the public, the exhibit takes place Thursday, December 2 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. in Templin Hall on the Hampton Campus.
Also as part of the exhibit, a video screening takes place in the Dr. Mary T. Christian Auditorium. The students’ featured works explore the themes of identity through video, photography, hand-made books and drawing as well as other multimedia.
This is the seventh year for the exhibit which gives student an opportunity to present their work publicly for the first time, noted Cece Wheeler, Professor of Art and Computer Arts Department Head at TNCC. The show is part of ART 193: Studies in Art, an elective course that allows students to concentrate on developing a professional portfolio.
As part of the curriculum, the students planned, promoted and produced the art show. Students were chosen based on their interest in taking the additional course, work ethic and classroom performance.
For more information about the December 2 exhibit, please contact the Office of Public Relations at 825-2725.
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