Schwartz is a studio art major with a specialization in graphic design from Yankton, South Dakota. Her work involves using shape, form and texture in three-dimensional designs on a two-dimensional surface, and she used different applications of Adobe software to meet her creative goals. After graduation, Schwartz plans to continue freelance work and explore the avenues of creativity in a corporate setting.

Meyer is a studio art major with a specialization in graphic design from Chamberlain, South Dakota. She is inspired by nature, and she used a blend of fine art and graphic design techniques to create her digital illustrations. After graduation, she plans to begin a full-time job at Hunter Douglas as a graphic designer on the customer experience communications team as well as continue her freelance work.

Hoffman is a graphic design major from Alcester, South Dakota. Her work includes photography and graphic design, and she is inspired by the love she has for her family. After graduation, Hoffman plans to find a graphic design job and hopes to continue learning and explore freelance work.

Alter is an art education major with a specialization in ceramics from Sergeant Bluff, Iowa. His work includes hand-built and thrown pieces that serve a function, and he has used techniques such as collaring to create a neck on his work. After graduation, Alter plans to become a high school art teacher

The exhibition is open to the public Monday, May 2 through Friday, May 6, 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 Amy.Fill@usd.edu.

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