Published: October 10, 2008
A multimedia exhibition of individual art portfolios by Thomas Nelson Community College students entitled Play will be featured in Templin Hall (Hampton campus) on Friday, Oct. 24 from 6:00-8:00 p.m. Refreshments will be served.
The exhibit features the digital portfolios of graduating students Zach Bealer, Michelle Folts, Karen Price, Joe Reedy, Kira Shird and Brittanie Thompson. These advanced art students who are enrolled in HONORS ART 193 have employed the latest technology and design concepts to build unique motion graphics portfolios showcasing their design, video, typography and animation skills.
Associate Professor Cece Wheeler, Computer Arts Department head, said HONORS ART 193 allows a fuller and freer study of subject matter in various curriculums through exploring different avenues of art making.
“Art not only provides an avenue for students to express themselves, it also affords special ways of perceiving ideas and mentally organizing and retrieving information, thus allowing and utilizing critical thinking and problem solving skills,” she added.
For more information, contact Wheeler at 825-3608.
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