Years of work will be showcased when students from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point fill the Noel Fine Arts Center (NFAC) with their artistic achievements.
The artwork will be exhibited on Friday, May 10, from 4–7 p.m. in the NFAC Courtyard on the first floor, and in the Carlsten Gallery and balcony on the second floor. The exhibits are free and open to the public.
“This is the capstone experience for our students,” said Art and Design Professor Bob Erickson. Contributions will include bachelor of fine arts students in the Department of Art & Design and School of Interior Architecture.
Students in both graphic design and studio art will display printmaking, photography, illustration, glass and ceramic sculpture, paintings, logo design and drawings. Students in interior architecture will display architectural models, design boards, and print and digital portfolios, said Interior Architecture Professor Kathe Julin.
For more information, contact Erickson at 715-346-2701 or Julin at 715-346-3067.