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Barton seniors featured in art galleries

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Barton College’s 2018 Senior Exhibition will be on view beginning Thursday, April 26. An opening evening reception will be held on Saturday, April 28, from 6 to 8 p.m. in the Barton Art Galleries in Case Art Building on the campus of Barton College. The community is invited to attend.

“The Barton College Class of 2018 in the School of Visual, Performing and Communication Arts presents a wide range of creative work in journalism, public relations, theater, visual communications, audio recording, broadcast video, painting, ceramics, sculpture, photography and graphic design,” said Mark Gordon, associate professor of art and instructor for the senior seminar in the School of Visual, Performing and Communication Arts. 

“Within the School of Visual, Performing and Communication Arts, a ready mix of media — a crossover among disciplines — offers each student a rich background for fresh innovation, individual experimentation and pursuit of projects fired by the imagination.”

Eighteen seniors within the School of Visual, Performing and Communications Arts will showcase their works or representations of their work in the Barton Art Galleries through May 12. Those seniors representing the Theatre, Mass Communications, and Visual Arts programs at Barton include the following:

• Jacinda Renee Aytch of Farmville, who plans to graduate with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in art and design with a concentration in graphic design.

• James Berry of Goldsboro, who plans to graduate with a Bachelor of Science degree in mass communications with a concentration in audio recording technology.

  Megan Brinkley of Currituck, who plans to graduate with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in art and design with a concentration in photography.

• Timothy Earl Clemons of Wilson, who plans to graduate with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in art and design with a concentration in graphic design.

• Antoneah Daughtrey of Suffolk, Virginia., who plans to graduate with a Bachelor of Science degree in mass communications with a concentration in broadcast video production.

• Tyquan Davis-Reid of Goldsboro, who plans to graduate with a Bachelor of Science degree in mass communications with a concentration in audio recording technology.

• Tyler Glenn Dew of Spring Hope, who plans to graduate with a Bachelor of Science degree in mass communications with a concentration in broadcast video production.

• Douglas Hornick of Wilson, who plans to graduate with a Bachelor of Science degree in mass communications with a concentration in audio recording technology.

• Micheala Howell of Fremont, who plans to graduate with a Bachelor of Arts degree in theater with a concentration in musical theater and a Bachelor of Science degree in middle school education (K-6).

• Wyatt Thomas Kimbrough of Durham, who plans to graduate with a Bachelor of Science degree in mass communications with a concentration in journalism.

• Quentin King of Richmond, Virginia, who plans to graduate with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in art and design with a concentration in graphic design.

• Samantha Nicole Larkin of Wilson, who plans to graduate with a Bachelor of Science degree in mass communications with concentrations in public relations and broadcast video production.

  Marcella Monae Medley of Raleigh, who plans to graduate with a Bachelor of Science degree in mass communications with a concentration in audio recording technology.

• Brittany Moore of Rocky Mount, who plans to graduate with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in art and design with a concentration in ceramics.

• Courtney Perez of Lucama who plans to graduate with a Bachelor of Arts degree in theater with a concentration in musical theater.

• Anderson Jenkins Pridgen of Wilson, who plans to graduate with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in art and design with a concentration in graphic design.  

• Valerie Register of Randleman, who plans to graduate with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in art and design with a concentration in graphic design and a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration.

• Aimee Nicole West of Greenville, who plans to graduate with a Bachelor of Arts degree in art and design.

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