Frostburg State University’s Department of Visual Arts will present a senior portfolio night entitled “Samples” on Saturday, May 15, from 7 to 9 p.m. in the Stephanie Ann Roper Gallery.
“Samples” will include art and design work from seven FSU seniors. This exhibition will display a wide variety of computer-generated mediums, drawings and photographs to show the unique style and personal creativity of each individual Bachelor of Fine Arts student.
Megan Ball has created designs for CD packages, museum exhibitions, Web sites and much more. Ball has gained her experience in graphic design through internships at FSU and the National Archives and Records Administration. She has also performed free-lance work for non-profit organizations. Her goal is to obtain a position with a creative design firm working in both print and Web design.
Jeremy Bohner’s focuses on organization and an overall design-oriented portfolio with many drawings, computer-generated graphics and Web designs that highlight his attention to detail and work ethic. Bohner is currently the Web designer and on-line editor for the FSU’s school newspaper, The Bottom Line. His future goals are to obtain a job within a graphics firm or within a large business that has its own in-house graphics department.
Joe Hans will show his graphic design work previously created at an internship with McClarran & Williams, as well as work developed for Sodexho Catering Services at FSU. A Web piece that he created for Gandalf’s Restaurant & Pub will also be displayed. Hans’ goal is to become a graphic artist for a cutting-edge design firm.
Kelly Hensel’s focus is graphic design with an interest in painting. Her goals are to obtain a design position with a local company and pursue interior design.
Marsha Moats holds a dual focus in graphic design and photography. Her work has been exhibited in the Towson University Juried Art Show as well as the 11th Annual Allegany Arts Council’s Juried Photography Exhibition. Moats’ goal is to pursue a position that allows her to utilize both her graphic design and photography skills.
Michael Thompson, a resident of Cumberland, will present a portfolio of graphic and Web design examples ranging from billboard design to movie poster design. His work has somewhat of a Tim Burton influence. His goal is to work for a business that needs dynamic designs and refined concepts for print on the Web.
Brad Walker served as an intern for FSU’s Office of Publications in the fall semester. Walker’s goal is to obtain a position within his field in the Pittsburgh area.
This senior exhibit is only open for this one evening and is free to the public. For more information, contact the Department of Visual Arts at 301-687-4797.
FSU is committed to making all of its programs, services and activities accessible to persons with disabilities. You may request accommodations through the ADA Compliance Office at 301-687-4102, TDD 301-687-7955.