Steinmetz art show features wide range of student work

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A photograph of a dog with a violine

"Heartstrings" by Emily Zucco '23

A photograph of two people in hospital setting

"Portrait of my parents while my father was in the hospital" by Jenna Paszek '22

The 2022 Steinmetz Symposium Student Art Exhibition is now open in the Crowell and West Galleries in the Feigenbaum Center for Visual Arts.

This year’s exhibition features 137 works by 79 students from all class years, majors and minors. They were selected by Visual Arts faculty as the most accomplished student work of the academic year.

Mediums include digital art, drawing, painting, photography, printmaking and sculpture.

“We are so pleased to be back in person in studios and the gallery. We are proud of our students' achievements and eager to share all their hard work with the Union community,” says Lorraine Morales Cox, associate professor of visual arts and department chair. “The breadth and diversity of this exhibition showcase the range of courses students are actively engaging in as well as those who push the boundaries between different materials.”

The show is part of the 32nd Annual Steinmetz Symposium, set for Friday, May 13. There will be an artists’ reception that day from 4:30-6 p.m.

The exhibit and reception are free and open to the public. The exhibit runs through Sunday, May 15. A virtual walkthrough is also available.

The galleries are open Monday through Friday, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.

A painting of some mountains

"Untitled" by Forrest May '24

A painting of the amphibian Agalychnis callidryas

"Agalychnis callidryas" by Gabriela Basil '22, oil on canvas