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SCAPE – Senior Thesis Exhibition

SCAPE features the work of four Transylvania University seniors — two studio art majors and two digital arts and media majors — Cabby Brown, Marissa Price, Meredith Moir and Zach Yacobozzi. Through a variety of media — including painting, sculpture, video, projection mapping and video game design — SCAPE explores different planes of understanding such as mindscapes, landscapes, e-scapes and escape. These works touch on themes of reality, grief, meditation, memory, mental health, identity and voyage.

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Scape Q+A

Scape Slide Presentation

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The Illustrious Horse: Kentucky Artists Respond to the Clara Peck Collection

September 15 – October 15, 2010
Lexington Gallery Hop: Sept. 17, 5-8 p.m.

In celebration of the World Equestrian Games, the Morlan Gallery proudly presents The Illustrious Horse, a small group invitational critically renowned contemporary artists from Kentucky. Twelve visual artists and one poet were asked to creatively respond to a horse image found in Transylvania University’s esteemed Clara Peck Collection. The Peck Collection, located in the Rare Book Room of Transylvania University’s Library, houses collectable books dealing with the history of the horse and natural history.

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Senior Thesis Exhibition

March 24 – April 15, 2011
Lexington Gallery Hop: April 15, 5-8 p.m.

Transylvania University art majors mount their culminating exhibition . Works include the strongest work of their academic careers and their most recent investigations.

Juried Student Exhibition

April 27 – May 20, 2011

A perennial favorite, the Juried Student Exhibition is open to all students who made artwork this academic year. From this show, Dean Pollard selects an artwork for the honorable Dean’s Purchase Award and the Fine Arts Program selects the Fine Arts Purchase Award.