UNCW Presents: “Spring 2023 Senior Exhibition”

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University of North Carolina Wilmington’s “Spring 2023 Senior Exhibition” will open in UNCW’s Cultural Arts Building Art Gallery with a public reception on Thursday, April 13, 2023 from 5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m.

The exhibition will run through Friday, May 12, 2023. Gallery hours are 10 a.m. – 4 p.m., Monday through Friday. The CAB Art Gallery is located in the UNCW Cultural Arts Building, 5270 Randall Drive, Wilmington, NC 28403.

The Spring 2023 Senior Exhibition showcases 30 graduating Studio Art students, the largest graduating class to date. This juried show will be hosted at the Cultural Arts Building Gallery and lobby and is free and open to the public.

Graduating seniors include: Bella Bartell, Victoria Bosco, Kinsley Cantrell, Liz Carroll, Carter Carter, Tara Coco, Hannah Connaway, Amy Covington, Ansleigh Craven, Jenn Dawson, Lauren Forgét, Olivia Galuppo, Christine Garcia, Marissa Glase, Natalie Gray, Ed Hayes, Dara Keeter, Molly Kennelly, V Marks, Jesse Meacham, Erik Meyer, Caitlin Musgrove, Des Paige, Lauren Pierce, Taylor Puckett, Jessie Robertson, Sadie Robinson, Boden Solomonson, Summer Storey, and Ethan Stumbo.

The exhibition will feature a variety of mediums, including painting with acrylics, gouache, oil, and watercolor, as well as digital design, photography, and collage. The 30 graduating seniors have created both two-dimensional and three-dimensional works, including multiple ceramic pieces and sculptures.

The Spring 2023 Senior Exhibition explores a range of concepts, from portraits and nature to the abstraction of everyday life. Many of the works in this year’s showcase explore themes of mental health, including healing, the doubts of growing up, and self-image.

Senior Exhibition is a capstone requirement for all UNCW seniors graduating with a major in Studio Art. We invite you to join us in celebrating the talent and creativity of this year’s graduating class.

The CAB Art Gallery is located on UNCW’s campus on the ground floor of the Cultural Arts Building, near the building’s main entrance. Visitors can access the gallery from South College Road or Racine Drive, and parking is available in front of the box office entrance to the building.

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