Exhibition at the Fine Arts Gallery

All exhibitions are in the Fine Arts Gallery in the Wilson Building unless otherwise noted.


2017 Spring Capstone Exhibitions*

School of Art and Design students completing their Bachelors of Fine Arts are required to participate in a capstone exhibition. The resulting contains artwork of various disciplines and materials representing individual styles and high levels of conceptual ability. This semester's exhibition series features students from concentrations that include drawing and painting, sculpture, ceramics, photography, printmaking, and graphic communications in three separate exhibitions. The exhibitions are a collaboration of the Zuckerman Museum of Art, faculty of the School of Art and Design, and students.

Exhibition I: Graphic Communications

Spring Capstone Exhibition opening reception March 6February 28 - March 9, 2017
Reception: Monday, March 6, 5-7 p.m.
Joe Mack Wilson Building | Fine Arts Gallery

This first exhibition shows the work of graphic communication students only.

Artists: Jenna Amburgy, Audrey Arnold, Rositsa Asenova, Yeony Choi, Tyler Cochran, Sarah Joy Cox, Charlie Cross, Grace Easton, Adriana Greene, Janay Griffiths, Victoria Hollers, Lucy Kimundi, Eric Liu, Kayleen MacDonald, Lacey McCloskey, Codie McLanahan, Amanda Miller, Celianne Pianeta, Will Sanders, Mark Stanley, Kate Thiel, Nick Tomlinson, Katie Vines, Allison Williams

Exhibition II: Studio Arts

Spring 2017 Capstone Exhibition of students following studio art classesMarch 21 - April 13, 2017
Reception: March 27, 5-7 p.m.
Joe Mack Wilson Building | Fine Arts Gallery

Artists: Lexi Brendel, Brianica L. Bowen, Taylor Evans, Olivia McDavid, Malcolm Pryor, Adam Sanford, Jaden Smith, Kyle Tallant, Dia Webb

Exhibition III: Studio Arts

Spring Capstone Exhibition 3 graphiciApril 18 - May 4, 2017
Reception: Monday, April 24, 5-7 p.m.
Joe Mack Wilson Building | Fine Arts Gallery

Artists: Tiffani Rose Beck, Alexis Cameron, Brooke Clark, Donte’ K. Hayes, Chase King, Holly Martin, Audrey McSorley, Rachel Osborn, Ashley E. Rader, Noura Zohbe





Winners Announced
for the Visions’ 34th Annual Juried Student Exhibition

Congratulations to the prize winners of our 34th Annual Visions Student Juried Exhibition

1st place, Eloisa Gallegos for “My Spirit Yasu”
2nd Place, Agata Magelis for “Almost on Stage”
3rd Place, Chase Lawrence for “Revelation 6”
University Purchase Award, Linda Teachey for “The Demise of the Honeybees”
Deans Award, Dia Webb for “The Little Girl in Rainboots”
Director’s Purchase Award, Jess Ellen May for “The Rogue”

January 19 – February 19, 2017

The Zuckerman Museum of Art partners with Visions: the Student Art Society every year to offer an opportunity for students to showcase their work in a professional exhibition.  Students compete for prizes and purchase awards as they learn about the process working with gallerists, entering artwork and the necessities to making their art presentable.

  • <em>My Spirit Yasu</em>
  • <em>Almost on Stage</em>
  • <em>Revelation 6</em>
  • <em>The Demise of the Honeybees</em>
  • <em>The Little Girl in Rainbows</em>
  • <em>The Rogue</em>
  • 1st place, Eloisa Gallegos
  • 2nd Place, Agata Magelis
  • 3rd Place, Chase Lawrence
  • University Purchase Award, Linda Teachey
  • Deans Award, Dia Webb
  • Director’s Purchase Award, Jess Ellen May

 Spring Arts Festival

KSU Arts Festival 4-29-2017 Save the Date flyer imageApril 29, 2017 | 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. |  Free

Celebrate the arts at the Spring Arts Festival! The Festival will feature special events of playmaking, theatre improv performances, and a music jazz concert; demonstrations of printmaking and portrait drawing; workshops on painting and drawing, basic digital painting, and Raku ceramics firing. Watch a fascinating iron pour or a steamroller producing jumbo relief prints. There will also be a photo booth and a pin-up show, allowing local artists and students the chance to compete in four categories: elementary, middle, high school, and community. All activities are free. T-Shirts and food will be available for purchase. Learn more at KSUArtsFestival.com.