Written by Joseph Carrick
Last Thursday, Roanoke College held an art exhibit featuring our Art majors and minors work for students and visiting alumni. Their work includes anything from ceramics and drawings to paintings and much more, all of which can still be found in the Olin and Smoyer Gallery until May 4.
While the impending stress of finals might seem overbearing, the wondrous displays to be found just beyond your doorsteps can relieve the stress and take you away from your worries, even if just for a few short hours.
The exhibition features a variety of media and styles as well as the creative minds of our students in the Fine Arts Department. Each year, our students grace our college with unique works that can only be described as fascinating as the minds that have created them.
If you have an inner talent waiting to be set free be sure to check out this event, and consider an Art minor or major. It’s never too late to learn from the best RC has to offer. For those interested in the formal closing reception: it will be held on May 4 from 12-2 p.m.