Designing in Three Dimensions: Exploring Form and Function in Nature, Applied Arts, and Personal Expression
This exhibition features the work of Marissa Averell, Tiffany Brown, Keenan Crawford, Renee Crisci, Chad Davison, Shannon Drudy, Kayla Kirsch, Priscilla Lupo, Annie Marcinko, Mackenzie Orndorf, Emiliana Pepaj, Lauren Pezzica, Jonathan Pfeifer, Michael Rivers, Ryan Rohar, Steven Schaffer, Rebecca Stanley, Lee Stark, Nicole Stettner, Michael Wardlow, Vanessa Wolfe, and Beau Yauch, students in Section 2 of 3-D Design with Laura DeFazio.
Whether Nature- or Man-made, everything that surrounds us was designed for a purpose, and all things Man-made are designed and scaled for use by humans. In this course, students explored the various aspects of design considered in such applications as industrial design, urban design, architecture, living forms in the plant and animal world, and fine art. The ambitious students in this foundation level course share with you their explorations; we hope that you will enjoy their creativity and come away looking at your familiar surroundings with fresh eyes and new vitality.
Opening Reception: Thursday, May 2, 2013
Vulcan Student Gallery, Vulcan Hall
Refreshments will be served
For more information, please contact Laura DeFazio at firstname.lastname@example.org