2019 Graduate Exhibition Showcase coming to the Borland Project Space April 23

April 18, 2019

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — The Borland Project Space will present the fifth annual Graduate Exhibition Showcase highlighting the work of Penn State’s School of Visual Arts graduate students who participated in the visual arts option, on April 23-May 3 in 125 Borland Building, University Park.

The Graduate Exhibition celebrates research and creative scholarship, in all its aspects, and places special emphasis on communicating research and creative endeavors to a general audience. First-place winners receive $500; second-place winners receive $250, and third-place winners receive $100.

Student exhibitors include Philip Byers, Paramita Chakraborty, John Domenico, Michelle Ettrick, Cairus Larsen, Ryana Lawson, Zsuzsanna Nagy, Ashlyn Pope, Andrew Quintero-Castaneda, Mohammed Shahhosseini and Taylor Shipton.

The following students received awards:

  • First Place — Ashlyn Pope, “Where I’m Bound”
  • Second Place — Zsuzsanna Nagy, “in the now”
  • Third Place — John Domenico, “Polymer Prevalence”

About the Borland Project Space

The Borland Project Space seeks to showcase the vivacious research culture of Penn State's College of Arts and Architecture. With this notion we move beyond traditional exhibitions, performances and scholarly programming to expose the processes and procedures of “arts research,” which viewers seldom see. Home to several residences and projects, the space is open for visitors from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, throughout the academic year. For information on current and upcoming events, visit borlandprojectspace.psu.edu.

Last Updated April 18, 2019