The Waynesburg University Department of Fine Arts will host a Student Art Exhibit from Monday, April 15, to Friday, April 26, in the Benedum Fine Arts Gallery. The exhibit will kick off with a reception April 15 at 6 p.m. The event is free, and the public is cordially invited to attend.
Andrew Heisey, chair of the Department of Fine Arts, said there are several pieces in this semester’s exhibit he is excited to see. The exhibit will feature pieces from a digital art class in which students learned to draw, paint, collage and sculpt using computer software and a 3D printer. There is also a world art history class, which has been making artwork based on cultures from around the world, and an elementary art class, Heisey said.
“Every semester, the student show at the end is exciting,” he said. “I am always surprised by the diversity of work and creativity.”
Heisey said the show incorporates a large amount of work from a diverse student body, and is looking forward to seeing a wide array of art styles and media represented.
“There is something for everyone here in this exhibit,” he said.
To learn more about the Student Art Exhibit, contact Heisey at firstname.lastname@example.org or 724-852-3274.