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Kathryn Buncik, art graduate, receives diploma from David S. Dockery, president of the university, during Spring Commencement at the Oman Arena. - Photo by Amanda Rohde
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Kathryn Buncik, art graduate, receives diploma from David S. Dockery, president of the university, during Spring Commencement at the Oman Arena. - Amanda Rohde
Lindsey Howerton, senior art major, discusses the process behind the photography exhibited in her senior show during a reception in the Student Art Gallery. - Photo by Jacob Moore
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Lindsey Howerton, senior art major, discusses the process behind the photography exhibited in her senior show during a reception in the Student Art Gallery. - Jacob Moore
Hilary Borden, senior art major, talks about the illustrated children's book she created as a part of her senior show during a reception in the Student Art Gallery. - Photo by Jacob Moore
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Hilary Borden, senior art major, talks about the illustrated children's book she created as a part of her senior show during a reception in the Student Art Gallery. - Jacob Moore
Ellen Cline, senior art major, shares her experience with instillation pieces during her senior art show held in the Student Art Gallery. - Photo by Jacob Moore
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Ellen Cline, senior art major, shares her experience with instillation pieces during her senior art show held in the Student Art Gallery. - Jacob Moore
Friends and family read depression statistics on posters designed by Hannah Keylon, senior art major, for her senior show in the student gallery. - Photo by Amanda Rohde
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Friends and family read depression statistics on posters designed by Hannah Keylon, senior art major, for her senior show in the student gallery. - Amanda Rohde
Hannah Keylon, senior art major, gives a gallery talk about her work while Melinda Posey, assistant professor of art, listens. - Photo by Amanda Rohde
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Hannah Keylon, senior art major, gives a gallery talk about her work while Melinda Posey, assistant professor of art, listens. - Amanda Rohde
Julia Hembree, senior art major, watches her stop-motion videos based off of the Biblical narrative of the prodigal son during her gallery talk for her senior exhibit. - Photo by Amanda Rohde
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Julia Hembree, senior art major, watches her stop-motion videos based off of the Biblical narrative of the prodigal son during her gallery talk for her senior exhibit. - Amanda Rohde
Betsy Marsch, senior art major, talks about her portrait paintings during her senior show while Christopher Nadaskay, university professor of art, listens. - Photo by Amanda Rohde
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Betsy Marsch, senior art major, talks about her portrait paintings during her senior show while Christopher Nadaskay, university professor of art, listens. - Amanda Rohde
Chris Nadaskay, university professor of art, speaks about his exhibit, "Of Moths and Rust." - Photo by Anne Richoux
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Chris Nadaskay, university professor of art, speaks about his exhibit, "Of Moths and Rust." - Anne Richoux
The "Of Moths and Rust" exhibit by Chris Nadaskay, university professor of art, is displayed in the Union art gallery.  - Photo by Anne Richoux
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The "Of Moths and Rust" exhibit by Chris Nadaskay, university professor of art, is displayed in the Union art gallery. - Anne Richoux
Cellonda Crawford, junior art major, takes a closer look at a piece that is displayed in the Union art gallery as a part of Chris Nadaskay's exhibit, "Of Moths and Rust." - Photo by Anne Richoux
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Cellonda Crawford, junior art major, takes a closer look at a piece that is displayed in the Union art gallery as a part of Chris Nadaskay's exhibit, "Of Moths and Rust." - Anne Richoux
Chris Nadaskay, university professor of art, answers questions about his exhibit, "Of Moths and Rust" at the opening reception in the Union art gallery.  - Photo by Anne Richoux
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Chris Nadaskay, university professor of art, answers questions about his exhibit, "Of Moths and Rust" at the opening reception in the Union art gallery. - Anne Richoux
Ellen Cline, senior art major, uses natural materials such as red clay in many of her sculpture projects. - Photo by Amanda Rohde
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Ellen Cline, senior art major, uses natural materials such as red clay in many of her sculpture projects. - Amanda Rohde
Ellen Cline, senior art major, works on a sculpture piece that may be a part of her senior art show. - Photo by Amanda Rohde
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Ellen Cline, senior art major, works on a sculpture piece that may be a part of her senior art show. - Amanda Rohde
Ellen Cline, senior art major, coats wooden cones with red clay while working on a sculpture installation. - Photo by Amanda Rohde
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Ellen Cline, senior art major, coats wooden cones with red clay while working on a sculpture installation. - Amanda Rohde
Sierra Owens-Hughes, junior art major, explores the work in Travis Townsend's Recent Sculpture and Drawings exhibit in the Art Gallery. - Photo by MiKalla Cotton
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Sierra Owens-Hughes, junior art major, explores the work in Travis Townsend's Recent Sculpture and Drawings exhibit in the Art Gallery. - MiKalla Cotton
Lindsey Howerton, senior art major, shows Meghan Killough, freshman nursing major, photos during a photography session for Howerton's senior show. - Photo by Amanda Rohde
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Lindsey Howerton, senior art major, shows Meghan Killough, freshman nursing major, photos during a photography session for Howerton's senior show. - Amanda Rohde
Emily Traylor, sophomore art major, constructs a form using cardboard for the 3D Design class required for all art majors. - Photo by Amanda Rohde
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Emily Traylor, sophomore art major, constructs a form using cardboard for the 3D Design class required for all art majors. - Amanda Rohde
Emily Traylor, sophomore art major, constructs a form using cardboard for the 3D Design class required for all art majors. - Photo by Amanda Rohde
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Emily Traylor, sophomore art major, constructs a form using cardboard for the 3D Design class required for all art majors. - Amanda Rohde
Students in the 3D Design class construct their projects from cardboard pieces.  - Photo by Amanda Rohde
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Students in the 3D Design class construct their projects from cardboard pieces. - Amanda Rohde
Betsy Marsch, senior art major, prepares paintings for her Senior Art Show in her personal studio. - Photo by Amanda Rohde
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Betsy Marsch, senior art major, prepares paintings for her Senior Art Show in her personal studio. - Amanda Rohde
Lindsey Howerton, senior art therapy major, admires a handmade cup at the annual Christmas Pottery Sale in the Student Union Building. - Photo by Amanda Rohde
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Lindsey Howerton, senior art therapy major, admires a handmade cup at the annual Christmas Pottery Sale in the Student Union Building. - Amanda Rohde
Students, faculty, and members of the community gathered in the Student Union Building hallway to shop the annual Christmas Pottery Sale presented by the Potter's Guild. The sale features pottery and crafts by students and faculty of the art department.  - Photo by Amanda Rohde
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Students, faculty, and members of the community gathered in the Student Union Building hallway to shop the annual Christmas Pottery Sale presented by the Potter's Guild. The sale features pottery and crafts by students and faculty of the art department. - Amanda Rohde
The Annual Christmas Pottery Sale is a great opportunity for students to purchase handmade Christmas gifts for friends and family. Sarah Lawler and Skylar Gregory, sophomore art majors, look at pottery made by Lee Benson, professor of art and department chair. - Photo by Amanda Rohde
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The Annual Christmas Pottery Sale is a great opportunity for students to purchase handmade Christmas gifts for friends and family. Sarah Lawler and Skylar Gregory, sophomore art majors, look at pottery made by Lee Benson, professor of art and department chair. - Amanda Rohde
The Annual Christmas Pottery Sale is open to the public, and many members of the community come as well to support student artists and purchase handmade pieces. - Photo by Amanda Rohde
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The Annual Christmas Pottery Sale is open to the public, and many members of the community come as well to support student artists and purchase handmade pieces. - Amanda Rohde
Lee Benson, professor of art and department chair, introduces Teresa Prater, chair of the department of art and design at Converse College, at the opening reception for Prater's exhibit. - Photo by Amanda Rohde
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Lee Benson, professor of art and department chair, introduces Teresa Prater, chair of the department of art and design at Converse College, at the opening reception for Prater's exhibit. - Amanda Rohde
Teresa Prater, chair of the department of art and design at Converse College, gives a lecture about her encaustic work in the art gallery. - Photo by Amanda Rohde
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Teresa Prater, chair of the department of art and design at Converse College, gives a lecture about her encaustic work in the art gallery. - Amanda Rohde
Teresa Prater, chair of the department of art and design at Converse College, discusses her work with students at the opening reception for her exhibit. - Photo by Amanda Rohde
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Teresa Prater, chair of the department of art and design at Converse College, discusses her work with students at the opening reception for her exhibit. - Amanda Rohde
Tommy Woods, Caitlyn Miller and Betsy Marsch, senior art majors, work together to touch up a mural at Pope Elementary School for Campus & Community: A Day of Remembrance and Service.  - Photo by Amanda Rohde
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Tommy Woods, Caitlyn Miller and Betsy Marsch, senior art majors, work together to touch up a mural at Pope Elementary School for Campus & Community: A Day of Remembrance and Service. - Amanda Rohde
Tommy Woods, Caitlyn Miller and Betsy Marsch, senior art majors, participate in Campus & Community Day by repairing existing wall murals at Pope Elementary School. - Photo by Amanda Rohde
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Tommy Woods, Caitlyn Miller and Betsy Marsch, senior art majors, participate in Campus & Community Day by repairing existing wall murals at Pope Elementary School. - Amanda Rohde
Josh Bullis, senior art major, touches up a mural with Kristen Witham, and Sierra Owens-Hughes, junior art majors, at Pope Elementary School as a part of Campus & Community: A Day of Remembrance and Service. - Photo by Amanda Rohde
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Josh Bullis, senior art major, touches up a mural with Kristen Witham, and Sierra Owens-Hughes, junior art majors, at Pope Elementary School as a part of Campus & Community: A Day of Remembrance and Service. - Amanda Rohde
Megan Peden, junior art major, helps repair murals at Pope Elementary for the Kappa Pi International Honorary Art Fraternity project for Campus & Community Day. - Photo by Amanda Rohde
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Megan Peden, junior art major, helps repair murals at Pope Elementary for the Kappa Pi International Honorary Art Fraternity project for Campus & Community Day. - Amanda Rohde
Zac Pankey and Sarah Lawler, sophomore art majors, with Caitlyn Miller, senior art major, repair damaged wall murals at Pope Elementary School while participating in Campus & Community: Day of Remembrance and Service. - Photo by Amanda Rohde
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Zac Pankey and Sarah Lawler, sophomore art majors, with Caitlyn Miller, senior art major, repair damaged wall murals at Pope Elementary School while participating in Campus & Community: Day of Remembrance and Service. - Amanda Rohde
Several art majors work together to repair a wall mural at Pope Elementary School for Campus & Community: A Day of Remembrance and Service.  - Photo by Amanda Rohde
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Several art majors work together to repair a wall mural at Pope Elementary School for Campus & Community: A Day of Remembrance and Service. - Amanda Rohde
Ellen Cline, senior art major, works with other students on a garden in downtown Jackson for the Come Unity Cafe as a part of the 11th annual Campus and Community: A Day of Remembrance and Service.  - Photo by Anne Richoux
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Ellen Cline, senior art major, works with other students on a garden in downtown Jackson for the Come Unity Cafe as a part of the 11th annual Campus and Community: A Day of Remembrance and Service. - Anne Richoux
The show "Connections to Place" in the Union art gallery features the work of Rod Crossman, artist, associate professor of art, and artist in residence at Indiana Wesleyan University. - Photo by Amanda Rohde
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The show "Connections to Place" in the Union art gallery features the work of Rod Crossman, artist, associate professor of art, and artist in residence at Indiana Wesleyan University. - Amanda Rohde
The show "Connections to Place" in the Union art gallery features the work of Rod Crossman, artist, associate professor of art, and artist in residence at Indiana Wesleyan University, who creates time machines that are intended for viewers to participate with. - Photo by Amanda Rohde
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The show "Connections to Place" in the Union art gallery features the work of Rod Crossman, artist, associate professor of art, and artist in residence at Indiana Wesleyan University, who creates time machines that are intended for viewers to participate with. - Amanda Rohde
Rod Crossman's show "Connections to Place" in the Union art gallery features many found objects as he wonders about the lives of their previous owners. - Photo by Amanda Rohde
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Rod Crossman's show "Connections to Place" in the Union art gallery features many found objects as he wonders about the lives of their previous owners. - Amanda Rohde
The work of Rod Crossman, currently featured in the Union art gallery, invites viewers to participate in the pieces. Zac Pankey and Sarah Lawler, sophomore art majors, make music with the various instruments built into the Time Capsule pieces. - Photo by Amanda Rohde
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The work of Rod Crossman, currently featured in the Union art gallery, invites viewers to participate in the pieces. Zac Pankey and Sarah Lawler, sophomore art majors, make music with the various instruments built into the Time Capsule pieces. - Amanda Rohde
Visiting artist Rod Crossman critiques students' art at the annual art retreat at Chickasaw State Park. - Photo by Amanda Rohde
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Visiting artist Rod Crossman critiques students' art at the annual art retreat at Chickasaw State Park. - Amanda Rohde
Students explain to fellow students and faculty the earthwork project they created at the art retreat at Chickasaw State Park. - Photo by Amanda Rohde
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Students explain to fellow students and faculty the earthwork project they created at the art retreat at Chickasaw State Park. - Amanda Rohde
Hannah Russell, junior art major, discusses an art piece created at the annual art retreat at Chickasaw State Park. - Photo by Amanda Rohde
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Hannah Russell, junior art major, discusses an art piece created at the annual art retreat at Chickasaw State Park. - Amanda Rohde
Art majors and minors gather at the annual art retreat to create and critique large-scale art works created out of natural materials. - Photo by Amanda Rohde
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Art majors and minors gather at the annual art retreat to create and critique large-scale art works created out of natural materials. - Amanda Rohde
Rod Crossman, associate professor of art and artist in residence at Indiana Wesleyan University, attended the annual art retreat to present his personal work and critique students in their weekend art projects. - Photo by Amanda Rohde
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Rod Crossman, associate professor of art and artist in residence at Indiana Wesleyan University, attended the annual art retreat to present his personal work and critique students in their weekend art projects. - Amanda Rohde
The art retreat, Oct. 4-6 at Chickasaw State Park, gives art majors a chance to relax for a weekend and focus on relationships and community within the department. Katie Williams, junior art major, and Anna Loi, junior art major, talk as Katie works in her sketchbook. - Photo by Amanda Rohde
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The art retreat, Oct. 4-6 at Chickasaw State Park, gives art majors a chance to relax for a weekend and focus on relationships and community within the department. Katie Williams, junior art major, and Anna Loi, junior art major, talk as Katie works in her sketchbook. - Amanda Rohde
Students spend time together at the art retreat working on art projects and even making ice cream sundaes. - Photo by Amanda Rohde
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Students spend time together at the art retreat working on art projects and even making ice cream sundaes. - Amanda Rohde
Bethany Kindt, sophomore art major and SAC member, paints faces in the SAC booth during Union Night. - Photo by Amanda Rohde
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Bethany Kindt, sophomore art major and SAC member, paints faces in the SAC booth during Union Night. - Amanda Rohde
John Hudson, grandfather of student Nathan Shoemaker, gets his face painted by Bethany Kindt, sophomore art major, during Union Night on the Great Lawn. - Photo by Jacob Moore
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John Hudson, grandfather of student Nathan Shoemaker, gets his face painted by Bethany Kindt, sophomore art major, during Union Night on the Great Lawn. - Jacob Moore
Students involved in the AIGA, the professional association for design,   sell posters in the Student Union Bullding hallway during Poster Palooza. - Photo by Jacob Moore
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Students involved in the AIGA, the professional association for design, sell posters in the Student Union Bullding hallway during Poster Palooza. - Jacob Moore
Glass sculptures made by artist David Patchen are shown in the Union Art Gallery. - Photo by Jacob Moore
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Glass sculptures made by artist David Patchen are shown in the Union Art Gallery. - Jacob Moore
“Bloom” is one of 10 glass sculptures by artist David Patchen shown in “Details,” the first exhibit of its kind to be displayed at Union. - Photo by Jacob Moore
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“Bloom” is one of 10 glass sculptures by artist David Patchen shown in “Details,” the first exhibit of its kind to be displayed at Union. - Jacob Moore
David Patchen, San Francisco-based artist, displays "Details," a collection of glass sculptures, in the Union Art Gallery.  - Photo by Jacob Moore
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David Patchen, San Francisco-based artist, displays "Details," a collection of glass sculptures, in the Union Art Gallery. - Jacob Moore
Angela D. Lee, visiting artist, talks with Kathryn Buncik, senior art major, after giving a lecture about her show "Stories Beneath the Water" in the Union art gallery. - Photo by Amanda Rohde
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Angela D. Lee, visiting artist, talks with Kathryn Buncik, senior art major, after giving a lecture about her show "Stories Beneath the Water" in the Union art gallery. - Amanda Rohde
Angela D. Lee, visiting artist, spoke to art students about her process for researching and creating her exhibit "Stories Beneath the Water."  - Photo by Amanda Rohde
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Angela D. Lee, visiting artist, spoke to art students about her process for researching and creating her exhibit "Stories Beneath the Water." - Amanda Rohde
Angela D. Lee, visiting artist and alum, shared her story in creating "Stories Beneath the Water," an art exhibit featured in the Union art gallery regarding the Tennessee Valley Authority in the 1940s. - Photo by Amanda Rohde
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Angela D. Lee, visiting artist and alum, shared her story in creating "Stories Beneath the Water," an art exhibit featured in the Union art gallery regarding the Tennessee Valley Authority in the 1940s. - Amanda Rohde
At center, Melinda Posey, assistant professor of art, leads graphic design students in a 'snowball fight' during class in Jennings Hall. In small groups, students then sorted into categories the items written on the pieces of recycled paper. Their categories were compared with the categories of other groups. The exercise was a visual example of how humans receive and organize ideas in both similar and different ways. - Photo by Jacob Moore
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At center, Melinda Posey, assistant professor of art, leads graphic design students in a 'snowball fight' during class in Jennings Hall. In small groups, students then sorted into categories the items written on the pieces of recycled paper. Their categories were compared with the categories of other groups. The exercise was a visual example of how humans receive and organize ideas in both similar and different ways. - Jacob Moore
At right, Melinda Posey, assistant professor of art. leads graphic design students in an interactive example during class in Jennings Hall. - Photo by Jacob Moore
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At right, Melinda Posey, assistant professor of art. leads graphic design students in an interactive example during class in Jennings Hall. - Jacob Moore
Freshmen Olivia Howard, graphic design major, Patricia Decker, sports management major, and Emily Kigore, pre-dental major, pose at the ice cream social in the Bowld Student Commons. - Photo by Matt McDaniel
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Freshmen Olivia Howard, graphic design major, Patricia Decker, sports management major, and Emily Kigore, pre-dental major, pose at the ice cream social in the Bowld Student Commons. - Matt McDaniel
Anita Doll, senior accounting major, chooses a piece of pottery at the annual mother's day pottery sale, which is hosted by the Potter's Guild.  - Photo by Olivia Wallace
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Anita Doll, senior accounting major, chooses a piece of pottery at the annual mother's day pottery sale, which is hosted by the Potter's Guild. - Olivia Wallace
Students sell their art at the annual mother's day pottery sale as a way to raise money for the Potter's Guild, as well as earn income for themselves.  - Photo by Olivia Wallace
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Students sell their art at the annual mother's day pottery sale as a way to raise money for the Potter's Guild, as well as earn income for themselves. - Olivia Wallace
Students enjoy picking out pieces of pottery made by their peers at the annual Mother's Day pottery sale.  - Photo by Olivia Wallace
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Students enjoy picking out pieces of pottery made by their peers at the annual Mother's Day pottery sale. - Olivia Wallace
Mark Waite, senior biblical studies major, and Tommy Woods, sophomore art major, check out the pottery for sale at the annual Mother's Day pottery sale, hosted by the Potter's Guild. - Photo by Olivia Wallace
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Mark Waite, senior biblical studies major, and Tommy Woods, sophomore art major, check out the pottery for sale at the annual Mother's Day pottery sale, hosted by the Potter's Guild. - Olivia Wallace
Tommy Woods, sophomore art major, admires a piece of pottery at the annual Mother's Day pottery sale. - Photo by Olivia Wallace
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Tommy Woods, sophomore art major, admires a piece of pottery at the annual Mother's Day pottery sale. - Olivia Wallace
Vanessa Jackson, mail services assistant, chats with one of the artists at the annual Mother's Day pottery sale.  - Photo by Olivia Wallace
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Vanessa Jackson, mail services assistant, chats with one of the artists at the annual Mother's Day pottery sale. - Olivia Wallace
Ceramicist Christa Assad, named 2012 Ceramic Artist of the Year, holds a ceramics workshop for Union University's art department. - Photo by Olivia Wallace
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Ceramicist Christa Assad, named 2012 Ceramic Artist of the Year, holds a ceramics workshop for Union University's art department. - Olivia Wallace
Students and faculty of the art department watch as Christa Assad demonstrates her ceramic artwork. - Photo by Olivia Wallace
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Students and faculty of the art department watch as Christa Assad demonstrates her ceramic artwork. - Olivia Wallace
A student's 3D art project is displayed at the fountain outside of the  Penick Academic Complex.  - Photo by Anne Richoux
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A student's 3D art project is displayed at the fountain outside of the Penick Academic Complex. - Anne Richoux
A 3D art project sits on the fountain between the PAC and the SUB. - Photo by Matt McDaniel
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A 3D art project sits on the fountain between the PAC and the SUB. - Matt McDaniel
Nicole Haynes, art major, works on a piece for her senior exhibit.  - Photo by Kristi McMurry
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Nicole Haynes, art major, works on a piece for her senior exhibit. - Kristi McMurry
Students walk by an art project from the 3D design class.  - Photo by Kristi McMurry
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Students walk by an art project from the 3D design class. - Kristi McMurry
During the spring semester, art projects for 3-Dimensional Design class can be seen across campus. - Photo by Jacob Moore
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During the spring semester, art projects for 3-Dimensional Design class can be seen across campus. - Jacob Moore
A table full of pottery made by art students is on display in the SUB hallway for the annual Christmas pottery sale. - Photo by Zac Calvert
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A table full of pottery made by art students is on display in the SUB hallway for the annual Christmas pottery sale. - Zac Calvert
Rebecca Blevins, junior biology major, admires a cup on sale in the Student Union Building during the annual Christmas pottery sale. - Photo by Zac Calvert
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Rebecca Blevins, junior biology major, admires a cup on sale in the Student Union Building during the annual Christmas pottery sale. - Zac Calvert
Melody Kramer, sophomore nursing major, looks at different student art on sale in the Student Union Building during the annual pottery sale. - Photo by Zac Calvert
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Melody Kramer, sophomore nursing major, looks at different student art on sale in the Student Union Building during the annual pottery sale. - Zac Calvert
Students and community members shop the annual Christmas pottery sale. Most of the artwork displayed is made by students, with a few tables of faculty and staff work as well. - Photo by Kristi McMurry
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Students and community members shop the annual Christmas pottery sale. Most of the artwork displayed is made by students, with a few tables of faculty and staff work as well. - Kristi McMurry
Members of the Potter's Guild take up money at the annual Christmas pottery sale in the SUB hallway.  - Photo by Kristi McMurry
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Members of the Potter's Guild take up money at the annual Christmas pottery sale in the SUB hallway. - Kristi McMurry
Guests visit the senior show of art major Kayla Ellingsworth, who used a variety of graphic design techniques to create a store-like atmosphere for her exhibit called "The Cakejar." - Photo by Jacob Moore
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Guests visit the senior show of art major Kayla Ellingsworth, who used a variety of graphic design techniques to create a store-like atmosphere for her exhibit called "The Cakejar." - Jacob Moore
Guests walk around "The Cakejar", a store-like senior art exhibit by Kayla Ellingsworth. Guests were actually able to purchase the products that Kayla designed after the show's reception. - Photo by Jacob Moore
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Guests walk around "The Cakejar", a store-like senior art exhibit by Kayla Ellingsworth. Guests were actually able to purchase the products that Kayla designed after the show's reception. - Jacob Moore
Students and art faculty gather in the art gallery to hear Tai Hwa Goh discuss her work during the opening reception for her exhibit. - Photo by Jacob Moore
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Students and art faculty gather in the art gallery to hear Tai Hwa Goh discuss her work during the opening reception for her exhibit. - Jacob Moore
Cassadra Robbers, sophomore art major, admires the Westmoreland and DePriest exhibit showing in Union's art gallery.  - Photo by Ebbie Davis
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Cassadra Robbers, sophomore art major, admires the Westmoreland and DePriest exhibit showing in Union's art gallery. - Ebbie Davis
Paige Ward, shop technician in the art department, admires the Westmoreland and DePriest art exhibit showing in Union's art gallery. - Photo by Ebbie Davis
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Paige Ward, shop technician in the art department, admires the Westmoreland and DePriest art exhibit showing in Union's art gallery. - Ebbie Davis
Peter Riggs and Elizabeth Oakes draw the negative space of the trees, during an outdoor drawing class.  - Photo by Ebbie Davis
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Peter Riggs and Elizabeth Oakes draw the negative space of the trees, during an outdoor drawing class. - Ebbie Davis
Chris Nadaskay, university professor of art, instructs his drawing students to focus on the negative space while sketching the trees on campus.  - Photo by Ebbie Davis
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Chris Nadaskay, university professor of art, instructs his drawing students to focus on the negative space while sketching the trees on campus. - Ebbie Davis
Shinae Giffin, art graduate, walks toward the Great Lawn with the class of 2012 at spring graduation. - Photo by Jacob Moore
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Shinae Giffin, art graduate, walks toward the Great Lawn with the class of 2012 at spring graduation. - Jacob Moore
Colby Stinebaugh, art graduate, receives his diploma from David S. Dockery, president of the university, during spring graduation. 
 - Photo by Zac Calvert
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Colby Stinebaugh, art graduate, receives his diploma from David S. Dockery, president of the university, during spring graduation. - Zac Calvert
Shinae Giffin, art graduate, waits patiently to receive her diploma during spring graduation.  - Photo by Anne Richoux
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Shinae Giffin, art graduate, waits patiently to receive her diploma during spring graduation. - Anne Richoux
Megan Thompson, senior art major, sings during a chapel that art students put together.  The service focused on the question "Do you enjoy your salvation?" - Photo by Zac Calvert
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Megan Thompson, senior art major, sings during a chapel that art students put together. The service focused on the question "Do you enjoy your salvation?" - Zac Calvert
The Union University Singers perform during a chapel that art students put together.  The service focused on the question "Do you enjoy your salvation?" - Photo by Zac Calvert
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The Union University Singers perform during a chapel that art students put together. The service focused on the question "Do you enjoy your salvation?" - Zac Calvert
Pottery sits on display at the annual Mother's Day Pottery Sale in the Student Union Building. - Photo by Anne Richoux
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Pottery sits on display at the annual Mother's Day Pottery Sale in the Student Union Building. - Anne Richoux
Savannah Treleven, freshman theatre/speech major, shops at the annual Mother's Day Pottery Sale hosted by the art department. - Photo by Anne Richoux
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Savannah Treleven, freshman theatre/speech major, shops at the annual Mother's Day Pottery Sale hosted by the art department. - Anne Richoux
Erin Allen, freshman social work major, and Zach Thompson, sophomore biblical studies and history major, look at some of the pottery pieces at the annual Mother's Day Pottery Sale. - Photo by Anne Richoux
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Erin Allen, freshman social work major, and Zach Thompson, sophomore biblical studies and history major, look at some of the pottery pieces at the annual Mother's Day Pottery Sale. - Anne Richoux
<em>The Torch</em> is an annual student publication featuring original literary works and art. Featured on the cover for the 2012 issue is artwork by Mason Freeman, junior digital media studies major. - Photo by Jacob Moore
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The Torch is an annual student publication featuring original literary works and art. Featured on the cover for the 2012 issue is artwork by Mason Freeman, junior digital media studies major. - Jacob Moore
Students laugh while helping art majors work on their project for a 3D Design color assignment in the Student Union Building. 
 - Photo by Anne Richoux
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Students laugh while helping art majors work on their project for a 3D Design color assignment in the Student Union Building. - Anne Richoux
Megan Peden, freshman art major, works on her project for the 3D Design color assignment in the Student Union Building.  - Photo by Anne Richoux
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Megan Peden, freshman art major, works on her project for the 3D Design color assignment in the Student Union Building. - Anne Richoux
Hillarie Kerr, junior business management major, talks with Andy Seaton, senior Christian studies major, beside a balloon art project in the Student Union Building.  - Photo by Anne Richoux
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Hillarie Kerr, junior business management major, talks with Andy Seaton, senior Christian studies major, beside a balloon art project in the Student Union Building. - Anne Richoux
Megan Thompson, senior art major, throws pottery for ceramics class on a warm, sunny day.  - Photo by Anne Richoux
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Megan Thompson, senior art major, throws pottery for ceramics class on a warm, sunny day. - Anne Richoux
  Lee Benson walks under the work in progress near Miller Tower.
Love was evident on Union's campus Monday morning with a Art Dept. display of more than 1,600 balloons and 2,000 feet of line were used in the project.   The line started just outside of the Art Dept.  and ended near Miller Tower. - Photo by Morris Abernathy
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Lee Benson walks under the work in progress near Miller Tower. Love was evident on Union's campus Monday morning with a Art Dept. display of more than 1,600 balloons and 2,000 feet of line were used in the project. The line started just outside of the Art Dept. and ended near Miller Tower. - Morris Abernathy
Love was evident on Union's campus Monday morning with a Art Department display of more than 1,600 balloons and 2,000 feet of kite string was used in the project.   The line started just outside of the Art Dept.  and ended near Miller Tower.  Over 20 of Lee Benson's students were involved in the art project. - Photo by Morris Abernathy
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Love was evident on Union's campus Monday morning with a Art Department display of more than 1,600 balloons and 2,000 feet of kite string was used in the project. The line started just outside of the Art Dept. and ended near Miller Tower. Over 20 of Lee Benson's students were involved in the art project. - Morris Abernathy
Love was evident on Union's campus Monday morning with a Art Department display of more than 1,600 balloons and 2,000 feet of kite string was used in the project.   The line started just outside of the Art Dept.  and ended near Miller Tower.   The wind proved to be a challenge but the effect was still stunning.  - Photo by Morris Abernathy
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Love was evident on Union's campus Monday morning with a Art Department display of more than 1,600 balloons and 2,000 feet of kite string was used in the project. The line started just outside of the Art Dept. and ended near Miller Tower. The wind proved to be a challenge but the effect was still stunning. - Morris Abernathy
Art department students work together on an arch of balloons stretching from the Penick Academic Complex to Miller Tower. - Photo by Jacob Moore
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Art department students work together on an arch of balloons stretching from the Penick Academic Complex to Miller Tower. - Jacob Moore
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