Student work presented by the Graphic Design Department at The University of the Arts
What does it mean to visualize and communicate complex social issues of our time? As Graphic Designers, we are called upon to research, organize, analyze, synthesize, and visually communicate complex concepts through various media.
This exhibition presents work from students in junior level Communications Studio. The students were asked to select and research social issues of particular concern to them. In a semester-long sequence of projects, students sought to express these issues through word and found or self-created images. This process culminated in a series of three posters in which students communicate positions on these issues.
An opening reception will be held Thursday, February 10 from
3 – 5 p.m.
February 7 – March 4, 2011
President’s Office Suite, Hamilton Hall (320 S. Broad St., Philadelphia)