Lane graphic design coordinator and teacher Tom Madison displays an ampersand quilt given to him as a gift by the graphic design graduates during the Graphic Design Show in Building 11 on June 8.
Lane graphic design graduate and former production director for The Torch, Zach Russell, gives a hug to graphic design coordinator Tom Madison as he is congratulated by the media arts staff during the Graphic Design Show in Building 11 on June 8.
Lane instructor Lee Imonen talks about James Seckelmen’s piece during the Sculpture: Metal Casting class final in Building 10 on June 7.
Lane student Andrea Douglass provides a helping hand as she sticks one of 100 hands back onto her wooden display board she made for the Sculpture: Metal Casting class final in Building 10 on June 7. Douglass, who is currently pursuing an AAOT transfer degree, titled the piece “100%” in representation of the 100 hands, one of which is bronze while the other 99 are plastic.
Lane student Kun Fei sets up a video as he prepares one of his final projects for display during the Sculpture: Metal Casting class final in Building 10 on June 7. Fei’s project, entitled “A Thousand Stars”, consisted of many wax stars and a correlating video that personifies them. Inspired by a story his mother had told him when his grandfather died, the stars are a representation of people and each shooting star represents the death of a person.
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