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Public reception broadens audience for students’ design work


The 11 soon-to-graduate graphic design majors share the spotlight with their exemplary artwork.
The 11 soon-to-graduate graphic design majors share the spotlight with their exemplary artwork.
Each of Erin N. Shaffer's chocolate-bar labels evokes the skyline of its respective U.S. city.
Each of Erin N. Shaffer’s chocolate-bar labels evokes the skyline of its respective U.S. city.
Luke A. Bierly talks about his work with a gallery patron.
Luke A. Bierly talks about his work with a gallery patron.
One wall of the exhibit features design work (from left) by Nina L. Walk, Jared D. Kosko, Daniel Mendoza, Sydney O. Powell and Emily R. Kahler.
One wall of the exhibit features design work (from left) by Nina L. Walk, Jared D. Kosko, Daniel Mendoza, Sydney O. Powell and Emily R. Kahler.
Gallery attendees mingle amid the student projects ... near a wall design adapted from Kahler's event poster.
Gallery attendees mingle amid the student projects … near a wall design adapted from Kahler’s event poster.

The Gallery at Penn College recently hosted an opening reception for graphic design seniors involved in a parting exhibit of their outstanding work. The annual exhibition showcases the best examples of design and illustration by students in their final semester, providing them an opportunity to present their marketing, branding, advertising and design artwork to industry professionals and the public. Only a few more days to catch “Graphic Design: 2019!”
Photos by Rachel A. Eirmann, student photographer

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