In a yearly tradition, William Woods University(WWU) is currently hosting its annual Senior Art Exhibition, continuing through Tuesday, April 20, at Kemper Center for the Arts. The exhibit is open for all WWU students, faculty and staff to view in person within the gallery, while off-campus individuals are invited to see the works through a virtual show.
The virtual exhibit can be found at https://www.williamwoods.edu/student_experience/undergraduate_student_experience/arts_theater/cox_gallery/index.html
This year’s exhibit is called “Unity” and includes productions of independent work, including photographs, sculptures, drawings, designs and prints by senior William Woods students. Participants include Maddie Carlson (Saratoga Springs, NY), Lexi Epple (Jefferson City), Rosemary Lenz (Prairie Home), Elli Luebbert (Fulton), Allison Peak (Great Bend, KS), Madison Schutz (St. Louis), Audrey Stokes (Jefferson City), Arien Roden (Montgomery City) and Madeline Trusty (Seattle, WA).
“Over the past three to four years at WWU, these students have learned a variety of composition techniques, design qualities, and art history,” said Charles Dodoo, Director of the Mildred M. Cox Gallery and Assistant Professor of Art at William Woods. “During their time here, their styles have been challenged and refined. The accomplishment of creating a body of work and showing it in a gallery setting proves the artists’ work ethic. These nine students have each created a body of work that reflects their success as artists as well as potential for their future careers.”
All art will be on display at the Mildred Cox Gallery in the Gladys Woods Kemper Center for the Arts at William Woods. Admission to the Cox Gallery is free, with hours of 12-5 p.m. Monday-Friday and 1-4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.