Herron School of Art and Design's biggest night, "Look/See," will present the work of fifteen students completing their master's degrees in art therapy, visual art and visual communication design, as well as showcase undergraduate student work from 5:30 to 8 p.m. Thursday, May 2.
Considered Herron's biggest night, "Look/See" celebrates the end of the academic year and presents student work to the IUPUI community and the public. This year marks the ninth anniversary of "Look/See," which annually highlights Herron's graduating class of M.A. and MFA students with the Graduate Thesis Exhibition.
Graduating M.A. and MFA students included in the 2019 Graduate Thesis Exhibition are Elise Birch, Emily Casella, Anne Collins, Tim Faris, Andrea Jandernoa, Elizabeth Jorgensen, Maria Meschi, Tiffany Pierce, Torrie Rhoades, Haley Rush, Jenna Scott, Emily Sondgerath, Leslie Sorenson, Sarah Vespini, and Kylee Williams. Working in diverse media, each student will exhibit culminating works of their intensive two-year graduate experiences. The exhibition continues through May 18 in Herron's Berkshire, Reese and Paul Galleries.
Additional "Look/See" activities taking place the evening of May 2 include: