The annual Senior Student Exhibition April 25-May 18 will conclude the Art Gallery season at Concordia University Wisconsin, 12800 North Lake Shore Drive, Mequon, along with two other student exhibits in adjacent galleries.

In addition to the works of 10 Interior Architecture & Design, Graphic Design, or Photography majors in a show entitled Born To Create, the photography of junior Austin Hribar will take center stage April 17-May 18 in the 14 Frames Gallery in Just Enough for the City. “The city is forever changing and forever changes you, which is why it is such a pleasure to photograph,” said Hribar.

Botany and Fantasy, where students explore technical botany illustration through mixed media, will be displayed the same time in the new Student Gallery. It features the natural and fantasy illustrative landscapes of a variety of botanical plants by Megan Bock, Sean Doyle, Alexandria Krider, Wesley Schiek, Amber Scholz, Kristin Schueffner and Morang Zehren.

Interior Architecture & Design students Megan Bock, Angela Boettner, Taylor Jacob, Sara Jacobson, Caitlin Jahns and Kristin Van Ess will celebrate their years at Concordia in Born To Create. Graphic Design majors Paola Blanco, Chloe Eckstein and Kim VanStelle, along with Photography major McKenna Kowalski, will also display their works.

An Opening Reception featuring artists from all three student shows will be held on Thursday, April 25, from 6-8 p.m.

Founded over 30 years ago to educate and engage students, faculty, staff and the community to the vast world of art, Concordia’s Art Gallery is free and open Monday-Thursdays from 4-8 p.m., and Friday and Sunday from 12-4 p.m. The gallery is closed on Saturday.

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