Frostburg State University (Maryland) will present an art exhibition | Mineral News

FROSTBURG, Md. (WV News) – The Department of Visual Arts at Frostburg State University will host the spring 2022 main exhibit, “Expressive Solution,” at the Stephanie Ann Roper Gallery in the Fine Arts Building. of the FSU.

The opening will take place on Saturday May 7 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. and the exhibition will continue until Thursday May 19. This event is free and open to the public.

The following art and design students will exhibit their works:

Kahlil Broderick is a transfer student from Anne Arundel Community College. He graduated from FSU with a bachelor’s degree in art and design, with a minor in fine arts. His fields of intervention are graphic design and illustration. Broderick hopes to pursue a career in graphic design and user interface design.

Lyell Curtis holds a bachelor’s degree, with majors in graphic design and illustration and minors in computer information systems and art history. After completing the Human-Centered Design and Engineering graduate program at the University of Washington, Curtis plans to become a front-end and back-end developer and then move into software engineering.

Matt Knies graduated from FSU with a BA in Art and Design, majoring in Photography and a double minor in Art History and Graphic Design. Knies plans to pursue a career in photography and become an event photographer.

Delaney Krotz graduated with a bachelor’s degree in art and design and a minor in graphic design and art history, while focusing on graphic design and printmaking. After graduation, Krotz plans to focus on graphic design and web design.

Haven Lilly graduated with a bachelor’s degree in art and design and a minor in graphic design and finance. After graduation, he plans to continue working on his own and helping out in the family business.

Levi Linn graduated with a bachelor’s degree in art and design, with a double major in illustration and graphic design and a minor in art history. After graduation, he plans to continue illustrating, focusing on fantasy and comics, both freelance and professionally.

Michael Lynch graduated from FSU with a bachelor’s degree in art and design, with an emphasis on graphic design and sculpture and a minor in art history. After graduating, he plans to work as a professional graphic designer.

Alexis Nelms will graduate from FSU with a bachelor’s degree in art and design, majoring in graphic design and minoring in small business. After her studies, she plans to pursue her career in graphic design.

Gabriela Oramas is a transfer student from Prince George’s Community College. She graduated from FSU with a bachelor’s degree in art and design, with a double major in graphic design and illustration. After graduation, she plans to work in children’s book design and/or illustration. She also plans to freelance and sell prints of her works.

Darius Sampson graduated from FSU with a bachelor’s degree in graphic design and advanced illustration. After graduation, he plans to become a freelance illustrator and pursue a career in illustration.

Brandyn Saunders graduated from FSU with a BA in Art and Design, majoring in Illustration. After graduation, he plans to pursue a career as an illustrator.

Aaron Smith is a transfer student from West Virginia University – Potomac State College, where he earned an associate’s degree in journalism. He will earn a bachelor’s degree from FSU with a major in art and design and a minor in art history. After graduation, he plans to travel to different countries, teaching English as a foreign language while pursuing freelance art and photography projects.

For this exhibition, the Roper Gallery is open Monday to Friday from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m.

For more information, contact the Department of Visual Arts at 301-687-4797.

FSU is following CDC guidelines based on current conditions in the area. For current health and safety guidelines, visit www.frostburg.edu/COVID19. Event attendees are encouraged to visit www.frostburg.edu/checkin for symptom monitoring. Users can display the portal’s “Reduced Risk” badge on a mobile device for admission, or they can answer symptom check questions posted at events.

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