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Art Majors Strut Their Stuff

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John Hunter, “Hear Me,” linoleum block print


Vanderbilt senior Aimee Casey’s oil painting “Explosion” was featured at the Frist Center for the Visual Arts in December.

The Frist Center for the Visual Arts exhibition Future/Now: Mid-State Art Majors featured the work of nine Vanderbilt students last winter among approximately 80 selected works by students in college or university art programs across Middle Tennessee. The exhibit included work by students Clay Carroll, Aimee Casey, Cassie Edwards, Deborah Figueroa-Cruz, John Hunter, Russell Lloyd, David McLeod, Amelia Spinney and Rachel Wang.

Participating schools in addition to Vanderbilt were the Appalachian Center for Craft/Tennessee Tech University, Austin Peay State University, Belmont University, Cumberland University, Lipscomb University, Fisk University, Middle Tennessee State University, Tennessee State University, and Watkins College of Art and Design. Faculty representing the art departments at each school selected the works on view.


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