Cazenovia College first-year students share artistic talent

Students from several of Cazenovia College's First Year Seminars will exhibit their class projects in the Cazenovia College Art Gallery in Reisman Hall on Monday and Tuesday Dec. 13 and 14. A reception is scheduled from 2 to 4:30 p.m. Monday Dec. 13.

The public is invited to celebrate the successful completion of the students' first semester at Cazenovia College. The exhibition, sponsored by the Cazenovia College First Year Program, will include art works, a collaborative installation, media projects and more.

The participating classes include: Horse Power!, with Professor Karin Bump; Cartooning & Humorous Illustration, with Assistant Professor Scott Jensen; The Lion King, with Dean Tim McLaughlin; Be the Media, with Assistant Professor Andrew Baoill; Chromaphilia, with Associate Professor Jen Pepper, and Kiln Formed Glass, with Professor Kim Waale.

Several classes collaborated on a project called "Slavery and Solutions," including the First Year Seminar Book Arts / Papermaking, with Professor Anita Welych; and two other classes, Modern Slavery and Solutions, with Professor Sharon Dettmer, and Graphic Design and Social Change, with Associate Professor Laurie Selleck.

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