Student View: Art by Writing and Communication Students Displayed at the Woodruff Art Center



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Work by Georgia Tech undergraduates in English 1102 was showcased at the Woodruff Art Center in Student View.

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On Thursday, February 6, 2014, art work by Georgia Tech undergraduates in English 1102 was showcased at the Woodruff Art Center in Student View, an annual juried exhibition that epitomizes the provocative synergy of form and content.  Seven pieces were displayed:

  • “Daydream” (watercolor painting). Artist: Abhinav Uppal. Instructor: Dr. Jennifer Lux.
  • “Directional Madness” (collage). Artist: Stephen Wang. Instructor: Dr. Caitlyn Kelly.
  • “Ford Ad Switcheroo” (ad remix). Artists: Maya Goldman, Naveena Karusala, Megan Preston, and Paloma Zavala. Instructor: Dr. John Harkey.
  • “Hamlet Inside and Out” (charcoal drawing). Artist: Maya Tome. Instructor: Dr. Caitlyn Kelly.
  • “The Hobbit: Eye of Smaug” (poster). Artists: Sukara Abe, Conner Chadwick, Zach Dawson, and Ankita Gupta. Instructor: Dr. Leah Haught.
  • “Vanishing of the Bees” (movie poster). Artists: Zujia Huang, Chelsea Silbergleid, and Reagan Weigel. Instructor: Dr. Clint Stivers.
  • “Yellowbird” (poster). Artists: Srinidhi Chaganty, Jackie Foreman, Shaswat Jhunjhunwala, Jacob Kim, and Erica Pramer. Instructor: Dr. Jennifer Lux.

Later this spring, an extended version of Student View will be displayed at the Ferst Gallery. Selected pieces from Student View will be added to the Writing and Communication Program’s permanent student collection displayed on a rotating basis in the Stephen C. Hall Building.

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  • Created By: Carol Senf
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  • Created On: Feb 7, 2014 - 10:49am
  • Last Updated: Oct 7, 2016 - 11:15pm