Meraki Student Exhibition on Display at Day Gallery
Molly Edgerton is an art education major/art history minor with a studio specialization in ceramics from Lake Mills, Iowa. Edgerton plans to look for a full-time art teaching career at the secondary level post-graduation, with hopes of pursuing her master’s degree in the near future.
Marina Kremer is an art education major with a studio specialization in printmaking from Iona, Minnesota. She looks forward to receiving her certification in education to pursue a teaching career while selling her artwork and sharing the possibilities of art with everyday people.
Charlee Riker is receiving her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree with an emphasis in photography and a minor in art history. Riker is from Rapid City, South Dakota, and she is looking forward to furthering her education in art history as part of her future plans.
Sydney Schake is from Cottonwood, Minnesota, and she will be graduating with her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in graphic design. Schake plans to begin her career after graduation working towards branding and package design.
Ashley Zimmer is an art education major/psychology minor with a studio specialization in painting from Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Zimmer recently got accepted into a dual degree program for Art Therapy and Mental Health Counseling at Lesley University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, beginning Fall 2019, and she hopes to also get a teaching job around the Sioux Falls area.
“Meraki” is free and open to the public Monday through Friday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. For more information about this exhibition, please contact Amy Fill, University Art Galleries director, at 605-658-3437 or Amy.Fill@usd.edu.
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