Gonzaga News Service
The Senior Thesis Art Exhibition, an annual presentation showcasing the work of Gonzaga University’s graduating senior art majors and minors, opens with a free public preview reception from 7-9 p.m., Thursday, April 15 at the Jundt Art Museum. The exhibition officially opens to the public April 16 in the Jundt Galleries.
The Senior Exhibition marks the culmination of the Gonzaga art department’s Bachelor of Arts degree program. Participating students are required to submit a portfolio of work and share the responsibilities of all aspects of the exhibit. A diverse collection of drawings, paintings, prints and ceramics will be displayed through May 8.
The student/artists featured in the 2010 Senior Thesis Art Exhibition are: Judith Crisostimo, Woodinville, Wash; Andrew Delateur, Spokane; Ryan Dixon, Mercer Island, Wash; Emily Drew, Penngrove, Calif; Lillian Dumar, Des Moines, Wash; Sara Farley, Seattle; Allison Poe, Newbury Park, Calif; Suzanne Porterfield, Bellevue, Wash.; Lee Westbrook, Seattle; and Fahren Carlson, Friday Harbor, Wash.
“Timothy C. Ely: Secret Order,” and exhibit of new work by bookmaker and books arts scholar, Timothy Ely, consisting of eight folios from his one-of-a-kind manuscripts “Seed of Mercury” and “TXC 42” continues in the Arcade Gallery until July 31, 2010.
The museum’s exhibitions are free and open to the public from 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Monday through Friday, and noon- 4 p.m. on Saturdays; closed Sundays and school holidays. For more information, please call Karen Kaiser, assistant curator for education at (509) 313-6613.
View more of the seniors’ work online.