Works by seven graduating senior art majors are on display through Dec. 7 at two Mississippi State University galleries.
The exhibitions represent a year's worth of research and thesis studies, along with four years of foundational coursework, surveys, art history and academic and emphasis classes.
The Colvard Student Union's second-floor gallery features "LIMBO," the Bachelor of Fine Arts Fine Art Thesis Exhibition, a collection of mixed-media by three fine arts drawing majors.
"Contact.F.13," the BFA Photography Thesis Senior Show, is in the Cullis Wade Depot gallery on the MSU Welcome Center's second floor. This show represents the first stand-alone display of photography students' work since photography became a separate academic concentration in the art department.
The welcome center adjoins the Barnes & Noble at Mississippi State Bookstore.
Public receptions for the shows take place simultaneously 5:30‚Ä"7:30 p.m. Thursday [Nov. 21] in the respective locations. Opening remarks will begin at 6 p.m. in the union gallery.
The Colvard gallery is open 8 a.m.‚Ä"5 p.m., Monday‚Ä"Friday; Cullis Wade, 9 a.m.‚Ä"5 p.m. on the same days.
"LIMBO" exhibitors include, by hometown:
CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo.--Jeffrey M. "Jeff" Nickell, the son of James Nickell and Nancy Williams.
JACKSON--Larry E. Davis, the son of Laurie and Geneva Davis.
OLIVE BRANCH--Andrea Byers, the daughter of Tommy and Sarah Byers.
The "Contact.F.13" photography exhibitors include, by hometown:
BRANDON--Nicola R., "Nikki" McKenzie, the daughter of Lloyd and Mary Robertson.
LOUISVILLE--Carrie M. Shannon, daughter of Arnold and Lisa Strait.
RALEIGH--Sarah L. Tramel, the daughter of William and Catherine Tramel.
WINONA‚Ä"Carey M. Woods, the daughter of Tommy and Renae Woods.
Additional information on the exhibits is available from gallery director Lori Neuenfeldt at 662-325-2970 or email@example.com.
For more information about Mississippi State University, see http://msstate.edu.