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Seniors showcase their art in Calo exhibit

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By Erich Maynard

Senior graphic design majors are showcasing their talents on May 16 at 6:30 p.m. in the Carole Calo gallery.

The theme of the exhibit is the spring Pantone color palate, the color choices available to the students.

As part of the senior requirement, students have to present their work in an exhibit.

Professor Smith-Corby said she is excited to see how the largest group of graphic design majors work together.

Smith-Corby said she is confident that the 18 students will rise above expectations.

“The devil’s in the details, and there are a lot of them. This year we’ve made a very clear calendar of tasks that have needed to be done by a certain date,” Smith-Corby said.

There is no display for individual students. Instead, all work is mingled together. Smith-Corby said the students stuck to their deadlines and worked together to create the best show possible.

It has taken days for the exhibit to be set up. The graphic design exhibit includes print, web design, media, packaging, and signs.
Professor Gary Stanton, graphic arts program chair, has worked with the senior annual for over 10 years.

Stanton said he is proud to see his students putting together such an impressive exhibit, and is impressed by their hard work.

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