“Transparency,” CU annual senior art exhibition, to showcase talent

artworkWhether it's graphic design, painting, sculpture or multimedia that catches your attention, Cameron University's senior art exhibition is the ticket for entertainment. "Transparency" opens with free admission and a public reception from 6-9 p.m. on Saturday, April 4, at the Museum of the Great Plains, 601 NW Ferris Ave. in Lawton. The annual senior art exhibit is a requirement for graduation. Senior art majors are responsible for all aspects of the exhibit, including booking dates, framing artwork, and providing easy-flow for exhibit goers and refreshments for the reception.

"Our graduating seniors are ready to share their artwork as the culmination of their educational experience," says Edna McMillan, Chair of Cameron's art department. "The level of artistic talent is unmatched, and I know each of these students will have an impact in their chosen field of artistic expression."

artwork of mouth opening for a cupcakeSeniors participating in the exhibition include Lawton residents Heather Lucy, Jessica Milliman, Ann Morris, Lindsey Morris, Matt Mowatt, Brian Narcomey, Ciera Schibi, Viviana Seca, Heather Slate; Jon Bazor of Elgin; Amy Curtin of Anadarko; Bryan Kowena of Cache; and Ea Na Ha of Changwon, Korea.

The exhibition runs through April 25 at the Museum of the Great Plains. Following opening festivities on April 4, the exhibition will be open Monday-Saturday 10 a.m.-5 p.m and Sunday 1-5 p.m. 

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Top right: "Blue Wind Mother Hand" by Amy Curtin
Top left: "With Our Lips #4" by Ciera Schibi
Bottom left: "Preserving Tomorrow" by Ann Morris
Bottom center: "Dead Eyes" by Lindsey Morris
Bottom right: "Media Addiction" by Heather Slate

March 31, 2009
PR# 09-088