The Design Program students held their annual capstone show from May 7-11 in the Kirksville Arts Association with a reception Friday night where family and friends celebrated their completion of their BFA coursework. A lot of the students marched the next afternoon at Truman’s graduation.
Fine Arts Design advertising posters by senior Shelby Frazier.
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Timothy Whyman hands out playing pieces from his new game designed as part of his Visual Communication/Design capstone course.
Solus Invictus, Timothy Whyman’s game, was featured at the exhibit.
Congratulations to May 2018 graduates from Truman State University’s Art Department. Our graduates are going on to take up exciting jobs, graduate programs in a variety of fields, and internships in businesses and museums. Three Art History majors are going to serve as curatorial interns this summer at the St. Louis Art Museum. These include the two graduates shown here, Amelia Goldsby and Kathryn Hodge, as well as rising senior Kalven Duncan.
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Our graduating Design (Visual Communication) majors have set up an exhibition of their capstone work at the Kirksville Arts Association (1902 South Baltimore, Suite 100). Come and see their creative endeavors and get a chance to talk with them about their work and future plans. Their celebratory reception is Friday, May 11th, the evening before graduation. Congratulations to all our graduating seniors!
On Monday the 3D modeling, motion, and 3D animation class will show their work in the field. Their final sharing of their creative endeavors is open to the public. Come and see what they have been doing this semester (spoiler alert: it’s pretty amazing)!
3d demo reel NEW