Jesse Clark ’23, Photography and Imaging, posing with his large-scale photographic work depicting a procession magically enshrouded in clay-pink smoke, installed at the Selby Foundation Gallery.
Gallery visitors at the Selby Foundation Gallery opening reception for the Entertainment Design and Photography and Imaging Senior Thesis show.
Sophie Ruiz ’23, Entertainment Design, and her multi-media project, Stardust Arcade and Diner, proposing a very glam-centric escape room, at Selby Foundation Gallery.
Installation view of the Senior Thesis show, featuring the work of Illustration students at the Richard and Barbara Basch Gallery and Willis Smith Construction Inc. Gallery.
Visitors engaged in the works at the 2023 Illustration Senior Thesis show.
Alyssa Osceola ’23, Illustration, posing with her book, ACHÉEBALE TACHOOPOKNAACHOM, on the intertwined histories of Sarasota, Ringling College and Ringling Museum, the Seminole people, the Seminole Wars, and the author, a descendant of Seminole tribe members imprisoned after the wars.
Installation view of the Fine Art Senior Thesis Exhibition at the Crossley Gallery.
Fine Arts seniors exhibited work across several mediums at their thesis show.
Graphic Design and Business of Art and Design senior student work in the Patricia Thompson Alumni Gallery in Keating Center, including the work of Joel Reyes ’23, Graphic Design, Katey Stare ’23, Graphic Design, and Linda Liao ’23, Business of Art and Design, as seen here, from left to right.
Business of Art and Design and Graphic Design students displayed informative works that guided viewers to understand different cultural landscapes and phenomena, like the exhibition space and start-ups.
Nickela Winfield ’23, Graphic Design, included the results of a research project investigating the lack of Black designers working in the field for her senior thesis project.
Gabriela Williams ’23, Business of Art and Design, also presented research for the thesis show, which included graphs, maps, and a lit sculpture of a map comparing the walkability of three cities.
There were plenty of educational opportunities on view from Graphic Design and Business of Art and Design work in the Keating Center.
Posters for Creative Writing student thesis work were hung in the Lois and David Stulberg Gallery.
Students interact with multi-media installation of a proposal for an Egyptian-themed escape room, Journey to Duat, by Visual Studies senior Pootie.
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