Viz undergrads showcase work in May 2 art, animation exhibition

Art and animations created by undergraduate visualization students will be showcased May 2 in a semester-culminating exhibition at the Langford Architecture Center.

The two-part public show includes a 5 – 6 p.m. art exhibit, headquartered in the Langford B Exhibit Hall and spread throughout the public spaces in Langford C, followed by a 6 – 7 p.m. screening of work from sophomore, junior and senior animation studios in the Preston Geren Auditorium.

Exhibits include guardian figure sculptures, life-size self-portraits, giant murals, video and experimental interactive installations, comical motion graphics, digital paintings depicting a dystopian future and more.

The following weekend, in concert with the annual showcase of graduate visualization student work, Viz-a-Gogo 19, in downtown Bryan, The Village Cafe, 210 West 26th Street, will host an exhibit of digital paintings by visualization undergrads. Proceeds from the sale will support visualization scholarships.

posted April 30, 2012