Art & Design Faculty Selects

July 6, 2015 - August 16, 2015

Artwork, Ellis island Starcase
artwork, NY Yankees uniform
artwork, baseball mitt
Art & Design Faculty Selects

The work in this exhibition comes from all areas of the Art & Design department, and is selected by the faculty. The exhibition was open throughout the summer of 2015.

Senior Exhibition I

April 20, 2015 - April 25, 2015

artwork, baseball mitt
artwork, NY Yankees Uniform
artwork, baseball glove
Artwork, baseball Glove
artwork, baseball gold
Student Art Exhibition

Exhibition where senior Art & Design majors present their senior body of work. Faculty then selects the best to be displayed during graduation week. The work by senior Art & Design majors is provided in a variety of media and there is no guarantee that every senior will have their work displayed. 

Student Art Exhibition

March 29, 2015 - April 9, 2015

artwork, Ellis Island Stairwell
Student Art Exhibition

The Student Art Exhibition featured a variety of visual art mediums produced by the students of Shippensburg University Art & Design department. Judges select the best entries in a variety of categories to receive cash rewards. Always a favorite, this exhibition showcases student work and has something for everyone.

Through the Lens

March 2, 2015 - March 18, 2015

Kingston Train Engine, Canada
Horton Hall, Shippensburg University, Pennsylvania
Through The Lens

Photos taken by the Students of Shippensburg University  of Pennsylvania over the summer months. These photos where then digitally enhanced using Lightroom, Bridge: Camera Raw, and/or Photoshop. They Photos were then printed out on large scale Epson Printers using ICC print profiling.

Cityscapes

January 25, 2015 - February 25, 2015

Artwork, Ellis Island Stairs
Artwork, Ellis Island Light
Artwork, Freedom Tower, NYC
Cityscapes

A exhibition where students traveled to New York City to Visit the Freedom tower, the Statue of Liberty, and Ellis Island. From there, students where told to photograph any content they found interesting. These photos where then digitally enhanced using Lightroom, Bridge: Camera Raw, and/or Photoshop. They Photos were then printed out on large scale Epson Printers using ICC print profiling.