This exhibition features examples from the Graphic Design majors' senior portfolios and internships. As a highlight of the Graphic Design program, this show displays each student’s unique approach to high-level, visual problem solving at the culmination of their coursework.
• God’s Provisions for Uncertainty and Vulnerability—Rachel Dahlhausen—Stratton Hall
• God’s Provisions for Adversity and Trauma—Jessica Minor—FMA
• God’s Provisions for Injustice—Steve Cruice—Rodeheaver Auditorium
• God’s Provisions for Overwhelming Situations—Pearson Johnson—War Memorial Chapel
Silent Sky is the true story of 19th Century Astronomer, Henrietta Leavitt, who worked in the Harvard Observatory charting the stars. Henrietta struggles with her dedication to science, her ties to her religious family, a woman’s place in society and the possibility of love. For Henrietta’s sister, Margaret, the “glory of the skies” points to the creator. For Henrietta, it calls her religious upbringing into question. An audience talk-back follows each performance.