APRIL 15, 2013
Freed-Hardeman University student Alyssa Resmini’s senior art exhibit opened Monday, April 15, and will be shown through Friday, April 19 in the Bulliner-Clayton Visual Arts building. The reception and artist’s talk will be April 18 at 5 pm.
Resmini‘s emphasis is in studio art. She says, “My exhibit is a portrait and sculpture compilation largely influenced by the various people, experiences, and interests that have colored my work during four years as an art student at Freed-Hardeman University.”
The art program at FHU allows students to major in art and select an emphasis in studio, graphic design, or interiors. The major prepares students for a broad choice of careers. Art students have frequent opportunities to exhibit work in both off- and on- campus venues.