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Undergraduate art is on display at Herron

December 6, 2016

The Undergraduate Student Exhibition, currently on display in the Berkshire, Reese and Paul Galleries and Marsh Gallery of the Herron School of Art and Design, is juried by Liz Garvey of Simon Garvey Art Access Gallery in New York. Works are typically selected from hundreds of submissions across a wide variety of media. The exhibit runs through Dec. 14.

A piece of art displayed in the 2016 Undergraduate Art Exhibition.

This piece, "All the Women In Me," was created by Herron student Dana Kalachnik using inkjet print. 

A piece of art displayed in the 2016 Undergraduate Art Exhibition.

A piece of art displayed in the 2016 Undergraduate Art Exhibition.

The two images above feature a variety of media on display at the Undergraduate Art Exhibition. This piece, "Animation" by Henry Dan, earned honorable mention after being juried by Liz Garvey of Simon Garvey Art Access Gallery in New York.

A piece of art displayed in the 2016 Undergraduate Art Exhibition.

Herron student Madeline Sideras created "Color Etiquette Magazine" for the exhibit. 

A piece of art displayed in the 2016 Undergraduate Art Exhibition.

Angela Berry created "Two-Tone Slat Bench" from walnut, maple and fabric, good for third place.

A piece of art displayed in the 2016 Undergraduate Art Exhibition.

A piece of art displayed in the 2016 Undergraduate Art Exhibition.

A piece of art displayed in the 2016 Undergraduate Art Exhibition.

The exhibit shown in the three photos above was an interactive collaboration of the IUPUI community to reflect some of the phrases that have created a veil between the American public and communities that have fallen victim to excused genocides. Viewers of the exhibit are invited to take a morgue tab from the scale (bottom photo), write down an excuse for an injustice that he or she has heard about and then add it to the "wall of democracy." This exhibit, by Leena Dobouni, won first place.

A piece of art displayed in the 2016 Undergraduate Art Exhibition.

For his version of the "Bill of Rights," Anthony Carranza created this view via digital print on foam board.

A piece of art displayed in the 2016 Undergraduate Art Exhibition.

Elaine Evans, in contrast, created a digital print poster asking "Do You Know Your Rights?" for the exhibit.

A piece of art displayed in the 2016 Undergraduate Art Exhibition.

Daniel Balmer produced "Carved Cabinets" for the Undergraduate Student Exhibition, using poplar, paint and reclaimed wood.

A piece of art displayed in the 2016 Undergraduate Art Exhibition.

Kyle Dieckamp used poplar, ABS plastic and LEDs to create "This Illusion Was Designed to Distract."

PHOTOS BY CAROLINE RALSTON, IU COMMUNICATIONS

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