The Hendrix College Art Department presents new original work by graduating artists from April 4 to May 11, in the Trieschmann Gallery at 1600 Washington Avenue.
There will be an opening reception with the artists from 4-6 p.m. on April 4.
The exhibit, titled "Pomp & Circumstance," will feature diverse works in sculpture, printmaking, painting, photography, and art created from found objects.
Featured artists include:
• Emily Depre, a printmaker whose woodcut prints provide modern interpretations of Shakespeare’s Hamlet;
• Samantha Hutchinson-Cloud, whose prints and body adornments were inspired by her photographs of birds and insects in Costa Rica;
• Kelley Lane, whose prints reflect her travels around the world;
• Landon McGarry, who has explored nostalgia through photography;
• Claire Nassaux, whose paintings explore the theme of illness;
• Robert Nielson, who constructed installations from found objects and photography;
• Joe Price, who has erected a space ship;
• Sydney Rasch, whose sculptures explore the bonds of family; and
• Cassidy Robinson, whose works in clay speak to issues of gender, femininity, and power.
The exhibit and opening reception are free and open to the public.