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  • Carved wooden work featuring salmon characters with glasses in waves avoiding a bear claw at the top of the work

    SOAAD Alumni Biennial 2021 Exhibition

    July 21 – August 28, 2021

    The Bernard A. Zuckerman Museum of Art (ZMA), housed under the School of Art and Design in the College of the Arts at Kennesaw State University, was pleased to offer an opportunity to KSU’s School of Art and Design alumni to submit their work for possible inclusion in a juried biennial exhibition. This opportunity provided KSU alumni of the School of Art and Design the ability to showcase their current body of work and demonstrate their post-graduate artistic advancements. 

    The SOAAD Alumni Biennial 2021 Exhibition was juried by Hannah Amuka, a 2020 School of Art and Design graduate, and features 34 works by 19 alumni artists. In addition to selecting the works of art for the SOAAD Alumni Biennial 2021 Exhibition, Amuka will also present a virtual lecture on July 28, 2021, at 12:30 pm as part of our Last Wednesday Lunch monthly program.  

    Selected Artists: Arielle Balkcom, Daniel Barnard, April Borchelt, Chris Boyko, William Cash, Taylor Chartrand, Julee Davis, Jan DiPietro, Jane Erwin, Eloisa Gallegos Hernandez, Rachel Kidd-Chancey, Chase King, Hope Limyansky-Smith, Sarah McClymond, Shane McDonald, Chris Noosh!, Courtney Smith, Kenneth Walters, and Marlee Winters. 

    Featured image: Chris Noosh!, Salmon Run!, carved and painted wood, 2021
    • Photo of 2021 Alumni Biennial Juror Hannah AmukaHannah Amuka graduated from Kennesaw State University in 2020 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Art History and a minor in Religious Studies. During her time at KSU, she worked as an Education Assistant at the Zuckerman Museum of Art and trained as a docent. Since 2017, Hannah Amuka has been the Visitor Services Manager at the Marietta-Cobb Museum of Art (MCMA) in Marietta, Georgia. During her time at the MCMA, she also completed a curatorial internship, culminating in a permanent collection exhibition entitled, The Study of Lines and Value. In addition to being an emerging museum professional, curator, and art educator, Amuka is also a practicing artist. Her goal as an art educator is to expand the imagination and understanding of audiences through reflection, creative participation, and empowering experiences based on visual art and art history.

     

 

2021 Virtual Exhibitions 

  • Detial of colorful abstract work by Jimmy Roberts titled "Creation," created with oil pastel on toned paper in 2020.

    Capstone Exhibition - Studio

    Senior Portfolio (ART4990), Spring 2021
    Professor Robert Sherer

    Featuring Senior Students:

    Kaitlyn Blade
    Gloria Chan
    Alexandria Hankins
    Sarah Jaston
    Sierra Kazin
    Deona Lizette
    Marc Mills
    Mary Beck Pinkston
    Jimmy Roberts
    Tiffany Sanchez
    Michael Windley

    Featured work: Jimmy Roberts, Creation, 20 x 25 in. oil pastel on toned paper, 2020 (detail image). 
  • Artwork by Lindsay Hardiman, Senior Graphic Designer, Graphic Communications Concentration, May 2021 Graduate.

    Capstone Exhibition - Graphic Communications

    A Virtual Capstone Exhibition featuring graphic design students from Art4980, Spring 2021, with Professor Carole Maugé-Lewis. 

    Featuring senior students:
    Kimberly Balila
    Elizabeth Brumley
    Megan D'Errico
    Lindsay Hardiman
    Davis Henderson
    Jonah Holcomb
    Abbey King
    Briana Lovelace
    Karsten Nebiker
    Neelu Noori
    Ansley Petty
    Lauren Spratt
    Xuconoxtli Xenia

    Featured artwork, above, courtesy of Lindsay Hardiman, Senior Graphic Designer, Graphic Communications Concentration, May 2021 Graduate. 
  • Still image of two individuals from Michael Kartawinata's senior capstone animation reel.

    Capstone Exhibition: Senior Animation Reel

    A virtual exhibition featuring capstone animation reels in Professor Sandee Chamberlain's ANIM4660 class featuring senior students:

    Sarah Amandolia
    Grant Carter
    Robert Davison
    Jasmine Etienne
    Kayla George
    Mitchel Guzman
    Stephanie Heubel
    Michael Kartawinata
    Diana Kreminski
    Cyprus Meraz
    Catherine Pawlowski
    Will Stordy
    Michael Thomas
    Kenneth Todd

    Featured artwork by Michael Kartawinata. 
  • Vans

    Capstone Exhibition: Graphic Communications

     A virtual exhibition featuring capstone projects in Professor Kristine Kim's ART4400 and ART4980 classes from senior students:

    Jordan Crowl
    Valeria Diaz
    Shane Lobsinger
    Michael Valenti

    Featured artwork: Vans Pro Classics Family, vans ad campaign, various sized prints and packaging, 2019, courtesy of Shane Lobsinger. A team composed of Shane Lobsinger, Emily White, Kyla Resnick and Karsten Nebiker, created an ad campaign for Vans Pro Classics Family.
  • Fireworks

    Capstone Exhibition: Art Education

    A virtual exhibition for Art Education, with professor Dr. April Munson, featuring senior students:

    Autumn Baxley
    Tori Lane
    Erin Light

    Featured artwork: Fireworks Series | Erin Light, 2020 | Burned fireworks on 6x6 in. canvases

 

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