Schneiderman is a graphic design major from Lennox, South Dakota. She he has her own online brand, and her work mainly includes screen printed t-shirts, tea towels and canvas bags, digital prints, and vinyl stickers. She uses procreate and the Adobe Creative Suite to create her work. Schneiderman plans to continue her work in Chancellor, South Dakota after graduation.

Wilson is an art education major with a specialization in painting and an art history minor from Shawnee, Kansas. Her work serves as a visual diary recounting her time as a student during the COVID-19 pandemic and includes her personal dialogue with grief and mental illness. She used a mixed media approach combined with a personalized iconography to discover ways we can relate to one another. Wilson has accepted a teaching position at Yankton Middle School.  

Brust is a studio art and biology major with specializations in graphic design and cell & molecular biology, respectively. Her work includes a mixed media approach to the description of molecular interactions and organisms. She used conceptual and perceptual approaches to create pseudo-realistic renderings of subject matter such as atoms, DNA, and molecules that cannot be seen without the use of technology. After graduation, Brust plans to attend Northern Michigan University for a year of competitive alpine skiing and courses in illustration and then attend graduate school.   

Mogck is a studio art major with a specialization in painting from Sioux Falls. Her work includes critiques of biblical and mythological stories that have been historically used for oppression and bigotry and reclaiming the oppressed figures in these stories. She used painting to distort the perspective and proportion to create an otherworldly atmosphere. Mogck’s plans after college are to work as an art educator at the high school level, preferably with painting and drawing, to help students develop and create their own work.

The exhibition is open to the public Tuesday, April 19 through Friday, April 22, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information about the exhibit, please contact Amy Fill, University Art Galleries Director, at (605) 658-3437 or
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