Spectrum: Austin Peay Senior Graphic Design Exhibition


Spectrum: Austin Peay Senior Graphic Design Exhibition

Austin Peay State University is proud to exhibit the BFA Visual Communications Senior Exhibition show “Spectrum”. The exhibition opens with a reception in APSU’s Downtown Gallery (located at 116 Strawberry Alley) at 5pm on May 2nd. The event is free and open to the public.

The name “Spectrum” hints at the idea that the graphic design students have very diverse styles of design. The show will consist of works by: Lucas Freeze, Susie Liberatore, Chad Malone, Jorden Gibby, Drew Holden, Chelsea Flatt, Briana MacArthur, and Josh Jones.

The exhibition’s works consist of a very large range of mediums, such as digital painting, illustration, packaging, typography, silkscreen, letterpress, web design, and photography.

Professor Mark DeYoung says, “This year we have a great group of graduating designers. They have taken to heart the importance of a personalized creative process, resulting in an interesting mix of exciting and individualized works.”

Gallery hours for viewing the exhibition are from 9am – 4 pm. Monday-Friday and from noon – 4pm, Saturday and Sunday. The show runs from May 2nd until May 11th.

About Paul Collins

Paul Collins is an assistant professor of art and gallery director at Austin Peay State University. Paul makes drawings, paintings and sculpture that combine humor, tactility and observation to examine the world around us. Paul has an mfa from Yale and has been a resident at Skowhegan, Anderson Ranch Arts Center and the Vermont Studio Center. Paul is an enthusiastic collaborator and has curated shows or organized artist projects for a wide range of artists including James Surls, Betty Woodman, Liz Ferrill, Danielle Genadry, Paul Jacobsen, Mala Iqbal, Kenny Scharf, David Humphrey, Charles Long, Michael Kreuger, Jason Rogenes, Kim Dickey, and Takashi Nakazato.

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