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LHU’s to host 1st Virtual Graduating Senior Art Show

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Lock Haven University’s visual and performing arts department will launch their first online exhibition of graduating seniors’ artworks for spring 2020. The Virtual Graduating Senior Art Show will be available for public access from April 27 through May 8 at

WHAT:  LHU Virtual Graduation Senior Art Show
WHEN:  April 27-May 8
WHO:  Vance McCoy,

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The artworks of LHU graduating seniors, Destiny Schmidt, Symone Terrell and Danielle Angeline will be featured during the art show.

The online exhibition marks the beginning of a more comprehensive and expansive showcase for promoting the visual arts at LHU. It is the intention of LHU’s visual arts program and exhibitions committee to pair the virtual online gallery experience with a face-to-face, public opening and viewing for all future graduating senior shows.

“The online gallery exhibition is a diverse body of work that reflects each contributing artist’s aesthetic vision and creative skills,” said Vance McCoy, LHU professor and interim chair, LHU exhibitions committee. “Each graduating senior has created a series of works that are thematically and conceptual related according to their own unique artistic sensibilities. The aesthetic goal is to present a cohesive body of work that explores an aesthetically engaging and thought-provoking experience for the viewer.”

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Lock Haven University’s main campus is located on the West Branch of the Susquehanna River in the scenic mountains of Pennsylvania. The university offers 49 undergraduate majors and certifications with 47 minors and five graduate programs.

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