“Final Runnings” Student Art at Lewis Center
“UNSAID”: Paintings by Anna Berghuis are featured in “Final Runnings Before the After,” an exhibition of recent work in a wide range of media by graduating seniors in the Visual Arts Program in the Lewis Center for the Arts at Princeton University. The exhibition runs through June 5 at the Hurley Gallery on campus, and is free and open to the public.
The Visual Arts Program in the Lewis Center for the Arts at Princeton University now presents “Final Runnings Before the After,” an exhibition of recent work in a wide range of media by graduating seniors in the Program. The exhibit highlights work by students completed as part of their senior thesis projects, and is on view through June 5 in the Hurley Gallery in the Lewis Arts complex on Princeton University campus. The exhibition is free and open to the public.
The work featured in the exhibition has been selected by faculty member Nathan Carter from among photography, paintings, drawings, prints, sculpture, photography, film, video, and multimedia installations created by students majoring in visual arts or earning a certificate in visual arts in addition to a degree in their major. Each presented a solo exhibition or a screening of new work during the past semester as a requirement of the program.
This multimedia show, including film work showcased on monitors in the gallery, features the work of 20 seniors including ten majoring in visual art, Anna Berghuis, MacLean Collins, Kyra Gregory, Cody Kohn, David Lopera, Isaiah Nieves, Kathryn Northrop, Sanneh, Pearl Thompson, Yuanyuan Zhao; and ten pursuing a certificate in visual arts in addition to their major, Kara Bressler, Hudson Cooke, Caroline de Brito Gottlieb, Rami Farran, Susan Liu, Amanda Morrison, Elaine Romano, Maya von Ziegesar, Alice Wang, and Jessica Zhou.
Many of the seniors plan to continue working in the visual arts field when they graduate, while others will take what they have learned as student artists into a career in another field.
The Hurley Gallery is open daily from 10 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. For more information, visit arts.princeton.edu.