The Division of Communication and the Arts at AIC is proud to present a collection of student work during the Spring Festival of Communication and the Arts. As the end of an unusual academic year concludes, the festival will virtually celebrate student achievements in differing departments under the division’s umbrella.
The Criterion features a collection of student poems, essays, and artwork, many of which share insight into issues of the day including college life amidst a pandemic, social justice, and the environment, under the guidance of William Steffen, PhD, assistant professor of English, and Kat Lombard-Cook, MFA, PhD, visiting assistant professor of communication.
Express Yourself, explore a virtual museum featuring drawing, painting, collage, photography, and graphic design works created under the tutelage of Kat Lombard-Cook, John Nordell, MEd, assistant professor of communication, and Marty Langford, technology coordinator of communication.
Each semester, AIC celebrates student artwork with an in-person art show in the West Wing Gallery of the Karen Sprague Cultural Arts Center. This semester, this virtual museum will feature student-created work. Concepts presented in the show include issues of social justice and migration, as well as visions of the world students want to see. In addition, this semester will feature a Grad Gallery, displaying the work of graduating seniors from AIC’s Division of Communication and the Arts. Culled from the students’ internship and capstone experiences, the gallery features photography, video, graphic design, and illustration.
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