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Seventeen Mississippi State fine arts seniors are celebrating their recent work and graduation in a thesis exhibition across three locations on the Starkville campus.

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Mississippi State fine arts seniors will showcase their recent work May 5-11 in a campus exhibition. (Photo submitted)

STARKVILLE, Miss.鈥擲eventeen Mississippi State fine arts seniors will celebrate their recent work and upcoming graduation in a thesis exhibition across three locations on the Starkville campus.

Open May 5-11, the 鈥淐atharsis鈥 show will include installations in the art galleries of the Visual Arts Center, Cullis Wade Depot and Colvard Student Union. Distinctive in content, medium and scale, each student鈥檚 work will showcase a variety of thoughts and ideas joined together for one exhibition.

A public reception will be held May 5, 2-4 p.m. in all three galleries with students discussing their work.

Student exhibitors include (by hometown):

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"Where It's Quiet 2" wood block print by Kadence Lewis

BRANDON鈥擥abrielle Dunn, investigating social anxiety and depression and how it changes one鈥檚 world perception through an animated video trilogy.

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colorado鈥擪adence Lewis, exploring emotions and the subconscious through woodcut printmaking techniques and symbolism.

COVINGTON, Louisiana鈥擟hloe Ruggiero, focusing on portraiture to create work driven by intimate moments between friends and loved ones.

GREENVILLE鈥擬elanie Word, focusing on oil paintings of stuffed animals of loved ones to evoke compassion and understanding and portray humanity.

HOLCOMB鈥擱ayeanne Williams, exploring themes of anger, loss and violence through perspectives of a protagonist and antagonist.

HUNTSVILLE, Alabama鈥擱abia Siddiqui, using her interest in theology and independence to create works to process humanity.

KNOXVILLE, Tennessee鈥擭atalie May, creating works primarily with acrylic, alcohol marker and cut paper based on experiences with loved ones.

LISMAN, Alabama鈥擱aine Phillips, addressing personal feelings across the emotional spectrum with a digital illustration series of creatures and the places they live.

MADISON鈥擫iza Ambriz, exploring compassion and awareness toward invasive and displaced species through hand-built ceramic altars.

OCEAN SPRINGS鈥擬adi Hart, highlighting abstract and non-objective forms through metal, masonry and woodworking.

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"Transitionary Guidance Panel" digital illustration by Mary Chen

PHILADELPHIA, Pennsylvania鈥擬ary Chen, revolving her work around narratives inspired by personal experiences, imagination and social issues.

RIDGELAND鈥擜bbey Temple, showcasing works using storytelling through visuals to evoke emotions, prompt reflection and ignite awe.

SOUTHHAVEN鈥擡mily Crunk, aiming to represent difficult feelings and create a connection with her audience through the use of clay figures.

TUPELO鈥擧allie Andrews, highlighting fantastical imagery that explores subject matter in realized environments, as well as surreal and fractured settings; and Maury Johnston, exploring human emotions within the context of liminal spaces in her work.

WINONA鈥擶illiam Donovan Weathers, focusing on new meditations on relationships with intimate, subconscious and external methods of archive through the passage of time.

For more information about the artists and individual gallery hours, visit聽.

Tuesday, May 7, 2024 - 12:29 pm

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