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Communication, Art and Design Showcase Features Works of 30 Gardner-Webb Students

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Over 60 Pieces Created by Students for Their Spring Coursework

BOILING SPRINGS, N.C.—Thirty students in the Gardner-Webb Department of Communication, Art and Design will showcase over 60 pieces of their work in the 2024 Student Showcase. The display will hang in the Communication Studies Hall, 141 S. Main St., through May 2. The opening reception is April 17 from 4 to 6 p.m.

Assistant Professor of Photography and Design, Jessica Maloney has worked with students to coordinate the show. “I’m absolutely thrilled to hang such a wide variety of work from our students this year,” she praised. “We have paintings, drawings, screen prints, digital art, photography, graphic design work, and more. I’m excited to see our hallways filled with these creative pieces!”

Participating in the show are: 

  • Aedyn Concepcion, digital design
  • Albani Williams, digital photograph, sculpture, digital art
  • Amarri Smith, digital design
  • Ashton Brunson, digital art
  • Rebecca Siedenburg, website design
  • Bethany Payne, charcoal drawing
  • Carson Willoughby, poster design, photography
  • Chantal Martin-James, digital photography
  • Colton Payne, photography
  • Cyrus Richer, digital design and photography
  • Dakota Hawxwell, digital photography
  • Ella Brown, drawing
  • Emma Wiggins, drawing
  • Forest Blackston, drawing
  • Jacquelyn Carroll, digital design
  • Jacqueline Craig, drawing
  • Jai’lyn Worthy Jon’e, digital photography
  • Jessica Perriello, digital art
  • Lee Reynolds, digital photography, screen print
  • Megan Addington, drawing, printmaking, painting
  • Michelle Hamböcker, drawing, painting
  • Paula Harvie, digital art
  • Phineas Garlock, digital design
  • Race Herr, drawing
  • Sarah Bracken, painting
  • Shira Edwards, digital photography
  • Theo Drescher, digital design
  • Zo White, drawing
  • Isabel Gallegos, drawing
  • Jillian Enlow, sculpture

Gardner-Webb University is North Carolina’s recognized leader in private, Christian higher education. A Carnegie-Classified Doctoral/Professional University, GWU is home to nine colleges and schools, more than 80 undergraduate and graduate majors, and a world-class faculty. Located on a beautiful 225-acre campus in Boiling Springs, N.C., Gardner-Webb prepares graduates to impact their chosen professions, equips them with the skills to advance the frontiers of knowledge, and inspires them to make a positive and lasting difference in the lives of others. Ignite your future at Gardner-Webb.edu.

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