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Packing Up and Moving On: BEAU’s Senior Exhibition



The senior show is considered the pinnacle of student work at BEAU.  It is an event that students strive to showcase the learning and hard work that went on during their years with the program. Preparation begins early on in the quarter as students meet to discuss where they want a show and what content they will be making to fill it. They design their own flyer and in most cases create the work that they are planning on exhibiting. This quarter the students decided to name their show “Packing Up and Moving On”. 

Kacy and Garrick

The event showcased some of the best visual and audio art that has come out of BEAU. During the show, students were introduced by their respective program chairs before given the floor to share their feelings about BEAU, their instructors, their work, and usually to give thanks and love to those that supported them during this eventful period in their lives. 

 The show included pages of a full comic, rendered models and animations, a sculpture, a fully recorded album, and a student film.  Congratulations to Kacy Shearer, Christina Wyatt, Aaron Okura and Michael Shuman for their senior show exhibit and graduating from BEAU. 

Aaron, Senior Show

Well done, seniors. If you missed the event, be sure to swing by BEAU’s art gallery on the third floor and take a look. The work will be on display until July 11.

Photos provided by Stephanie Foster