Students enrolled in the Visual Arts bachelor’s program will have the opportunity to showcase their personal artwork during their senior year at a featured student art exhibition open to the public.
The senior art exhibition is part of a graduation requirement to fulfill Keystone College’s institutional goal for self-directed and independent learning.
Along with an artwork exhibition, self-directed and independent learning for senior art students culminates in a Capstone project, advanced studio courses relating to the students’ art concentration such as ceramics, glass, photography, sculpture, print-making, drawing and painting, and professional practice courses. Students will also connect with the art galleries themselves in order to help coordinate their senior exhibition.
Senior exhibitions have previously taken place at local art galleries, the Afa Gallery and ArtWorks Gallery, in downtown Scranton. The exhibitions are a great way for students to have their artwork exposed to the public and learn the professional practices involved in art-related fields.