Current Student Work in the Messler Gallery 4/28 - 5/31

Written by Heide Martin on .

The Messler Gallery hosts four exhibits a year, and our student show is always one of the most anticipated among students and staff. There is usually a flurry of activity in the workshops in the weeks prior to the show, as students strive to get their pieces gallery-ready.

 

The opening itself provides a great way for students to share their hard work with the rest of campus, and everyone is always impressed by the quality of work that emerges. This year was no exception, and on opening night we had beautiful weather and a great crowd turned out to admire the work.

Current Student Work is open until May 31st. Don't miss it!

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People love being able to inspect the furniture on display!

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Monica Chau and Isobel Gillan testing out Evan Boyle’ Bench.

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Inspecting the Emmet Lamp by Dean Babin.

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Margaret Saca showing off her drinks cabinet, Flavor of the Week.

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Evan Boyle discussing his Pua Side Table.

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Frenchy by Claire Scully (left), Kumiko Credenza and Bookshelf by Adam Howell (right).

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Fly Fishing Case by Jim Melia (left), and Sunrise by Joseph Brody (right).

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Bench by Evan Boyle.

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Coffee Table by Jim Melina.

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For more images of the work, check out the Messler Gallery page.

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