Posted on March 16th, 2012
A dynamic multimedia exhibition combining digital media, stained glass and a collage of digital photography will open the 2012 senior art show season on Saturday, March 17, at 4 p.m.
Conrad Yutzy and Justin Roth, students in the Visual and Communication Arts (VaCA) students at Eastern Mennonite University, will open the shows in the Margaret Martin Gehman Art Gallery in University Commons.
Yutzy combines interviews with digital media and stained glass sculpture to provide powerful insight into the nexus of spirituality and sexuality.
Roth’s digital photography and collage on matte paper explores how action impacts identity. “My work visually represents the idea of how our actions form who we are,” says Roth. “Our actions define us, our hands are the tools that create action.”
Admission to the gallery is free.
Full schedule of exhibits
Conrad Yutzy,”The Other Side”: Mixed-media installations
Justin Roth, “Formed”: Digitally-collaged portraits
Katie Weaver: Photos under the macro lens
Laney Garcia: Underwater photography
Katie Landis, cinemagraphs
Kayci Detweiler, collaged illustrations
Travis Duerksen: Digital media
Chris Stauffer: “Selah”: A digital animation
Corey Martin: Cinemagraphs
Chelsea Kight, Installation with paintings (in the Hartzler Library Gallery)
Kelby Miller: The Consu(M3)d Project – photography and digital media
Erica Lehman: The Consu(M3)d Project – paintings
Susan Alexander: The Consu(M3)d Project – animation
In addition, there will be a group installation drawing.