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Twenty-four Central Washington University graphic design seniors will put their design portfolios on public display next week, according to a news release from CWU..

An opening reception for The 2019 Graphic Design BFA Show will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. on Tuesday in Gallery 231 in Randall Hall at CWU. The exhibit will remain on view through June 8.

The exhibition showcases the culmination of the students’ best work from art and design courses that they took during their tenure at CWU for the past two to four years. The senior portfolios feature projects such as logo and identity design, branding systems, typography, publication and poster design, packaging design, illustration, as well as graphic interface and user experience design.

David Bieloh, associate professor of graphic design said, “This is an incredibly talented, focused, and driven group of graphic design students. Their final portfolios represent a culmination of many hours of dedication and hard work. I look forward to seeing what each of these students will do as they move forward as professional designers.”

The senior graphic design students included in this exhibit are Payton Agnew, Rio Allen, Sabrina Allen, Arleth Ascencion, Lia Butterfield, Shane Crowell, Tianbai Dun, Ryan Edwards, Uriel Espino, Brenda Garcia, Isabelle Grotting, Kaitlyn Kurisu, Olivia Lane, Emily-Jo Mancinelli, Shane Martin, Hailey McGraw, Joe Petrick, Ariana Rodarte, Amanda Smith, Lauren Spear, Monique Stallworth, Kendra Taylor, Alexa Tymecki, and Lisa Yamakawa.

Gallery hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. For further information or special accommodation, contact the CWU Department of Art + Design, (509) 963-2665.


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