Barton seniors show work in exhibit | Wide Awake
Wide Awake
Login
SearchHelpSubscriptions

Barton seniors show work in exhibit

Posted on April 18, 2022

Local newsWAW
Piper Wolfe’s work will be part of the Barton College Senior Exhibition opening April 28. Seven seniors will show their work through May 7.

Contributed photo

Piper Wolfe’s work will be part of the Barton College Senior Exhibition opening April 28. Seven seniors will show their work through May 7.

Barton College’s 2022 Senior Exhibition opens on Thursday, April 28, with an evening reception from 5-7 in the Barton Art Galleries.

This event is open to the public at no charge, and the community is invited to attend. Face masks are required and social distancing will be observed.

Seven seniors within the Barton School of Visual, Performing and Communications Arts will have their works or representations of their work on view in the Barton Art Galleries through May 7.

Those seniors representing the mass communications and visual arts programs follow:

• Bahiyyih Agbaw of Rocky Mount plans to graduate in May with a Bachelor of Arts degree in mass communications studies.

• Victoria Cardoso-Santiago of Wilson plans to graduate in May with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in art and design with a concentration in graphic design.

• Ashley Duran of Goldsboro plans to graduate in May with a Bachelor of Arts degree in studio art and a minor in business administration.

• Cassidi Hinson of Wilson plans to graduate in May with a Bachelor of Science degree in mass communications with a concentration in journalism and minors in honors research and writing.

• Nicholas Horton of Portsmouth, Virginia, plans to graduate in May with a Bachelor of Science degree in mass communications with a concentration in public relations.

• Jessica Simmons of Williamston plans to graduate in May with a Bachelor of Science degree in mass communications with a concentration in journalism and minors in honors research and photography.

• Piper Wolfe of Holly Springs plans to graduate in May with a Bachelor of Arts degree in visual communications and a Bachelor of Science degree in mass communications with a concentration in public relations and a minor in honors research.

The galleries are located in the Case Art Building on campus. Hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Fridays, and by appointment. For more information or to reserve a time to visit, contact Maureen O’Neill, director of exhibitions and educational programs, at artgalleries@barton.edu or 252-399-6476.

Visitors are asked to make a reservation in advance of their planned visit. Individual and small group tours may be scheduled by reservation, and evening and weekend times may also be scheduled by request.

More Local news

Susan S. Webb is one of the artsts in "Spring Surprise."

Wilson artists featured in 'Spring Surprise'

For Wide Awake
| May 2, 2022

Wilson Active Artists members will host an art opening, “Spring Surprise,” in the Hammond Art Ga...

"Steel Magnolias" runs Friday through Sunday at the Boykin Center. From left are Elizabeth Winstead as Ouiser Boudreaux, Jessica Satterfield as Clairee Belcher, Hannah Slaughter as Truvy Jones, Savannah Wall as Shelby Eatenton-Latcherie and Samantha Larkin as Annelle Dupuy-Desoto. Nicole Braswell as M'Lynn Eatenton is not pictured. Tickets can be purchased online or at the door.

The Playhouse of Wilson

Don’t miss weekend production of ‘Steel Magnolias’

For Wide Awake
| April 27, 2022

Playhouse of Wilson presents “Steel Magnolias” this weekend at the Edna Boykin Cultural Center. “Ste...

This year's Gig in the Park will feature five concerts at the Whirligig Park.

Gig in the Park promises music, food and a lot of fun

For Wide Awake
| April 17, 2022

Wilson Downtown Development and the Vollis Simpson Whirligig Park and Museum are bringing back Gig i...


Powered by Nash & Pine | v4.2.4