Creactive – Student Exhibit at SBMA 2013
DATES of Exhibit at the South Bend Museum of Art: May 18-Aug 18, 2013 This year our students’ work will be at a new location—the Community Gallery at the South Bend Museum of Art located in the Century Center. Student work including photography, graphic design, fine art, three-dimensional works, environmental design and more will be on display in the Community Gallery from Saturday, May 18 – Sunday, August 18. The opening reception is free and open to the public. For more information about this exhibition, e-mail Colleen McCahill at firstname.lastname@example.org. DATE OF RECEPTION at the South Bend Museum of Art: First Friday, June 7th – 5-730pm, with award presentation at 6:15pm IVY TECH NORTH CENTRAL | SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS & DESIGN (SOFAD) | Statement on program: Ivy Tech Community College’s School of Fine Art & Design (SOFAD) has an expansive mission to prepare students for a career in design, transfer to a four year university, advancement in their profession, or personal enrichment. This broad mission requires a comprehensive curriculum that allows students to experience the theoretical, technical, and applied aspects of the commercial and fine arts professions. SOFAD’s program in Visual Communication offers students preparation courses in graphic design, photography, web design, film & video, and the fine art foundation courses in drawing, painting, and three dimensional design. SOFAD’s Environmental Design program provides career training through courses in interior design, sustainable building and construction, garden landscape design, kitchen and bath design, and the decorative arts. This exhibition contains SOFAD student work from the spring semester and exit portfolio preparation courses. The students were requested to submit 1-2 of their best pieces to be considered for display. The faculty, all industry professionals and educators, have “vetted” the work by selecting pieces based on how well the students met the course objectives, creativity, and craftsmanship. Images from the exhibit: Not all images are the best resolution, they are photographs of the original art work.