Art design students work showcased at university
on Thursday,April 28,2011 22:04
The University of Southern Mississippi is showcasing their senior art students in a show that will run from April 21 to May 13. These seniors are either in the graphic design or the fine arts program, according to the Student Printz.
There will be 14 students, 10 graphic designers and four fine arts majors, highlighted at the show and the art that will be featured at this event ranges from nude paintings to comical pieces about Murphy's Law, the newspaper reports.
"I think this exhibit is a great opportunity for students to get appreciation, and it is also good for traveling artists who would like to see what Hattiesburg has to offer," Amy Baggett, a senior art student at the school, told the news source. "So far we've had positive reactions to all of the works, I think people are impressed."
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, prospective graphic designers can expect to earn nearly $43,000, which was the average annual salary for professionals in this field in 2008.
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