One of the highlights of this weekend’s Steinmetz Symposium is the exhibition of student art work in the Burns Arts Atrium Gallery, located in the Visual Arts Building.This year, there are 93 images created by 74 Union students.
The exhibition contains drawings, prints, 2-D design works, traditional and digital photographs, sculpture, digital art and electronic works.
Faculty members sponsoring works from their area of expertise are Martin Benjamin (photography), Chris Duncan (sculpture), Walter Hatke (drawing and painting), Fernando Orellana (digital and electronic art) and Sandy Wimer (2-D design, printmaking and drawing).
The exhibition was installed by Frank Rapant of the Visual Arts Department. It runs through Sunday, May 4, with a public reception set for Thursday, May 1, 4-5:30 p.m.