The ShinDig Fine Art & Graphic Design Senior Exhibition

Artist, Brie Dadich, shares her photography and documentary film about people living with EDS in hopes of raising awareness. It also comments on the frustrations and wisdom discovered as the zebras in focus adapt their lifestyles to remain positive while living with an invisible illness.

The 2017 Fine Art & Graphic Design Senior Exhibition, also known as The ShinDig, opens this evening, Friday, April 28, 2017 following a series of slide presentations by the seniors at 5:30PM in DeMeester Recital Hall The seniors use the presentations as an opportunity to shed some light on their senior body of work and tell stories and lessons they’ve experienced at YCP. There will be a reception following the presentations with refreshments and 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Place awards will be announced in the gallery at approximately 6pm. Additionally, the graphic design seniors will be showing their full portfolios this evening for one night only in addition to their senior projects.The senior project exhibit remains on display until May 6 and the gallery may be visited during hours listed below.

The exhibition and presentations feature the work and words of: Morgan Barnett, Brie Dadich, Kala Enfield, Emily Maxwell, Bridget Nalbone, Heather Outwater, Chaley Shaver, Doug Shunk, Josh Weber

Please come out and support our graduating seniors in Wolf Hall at: York College of PA, Wolf Hall

441 Country Club Road

York,  PA 17403

Gallery hours: Mon/Tues/Fri 9am-5pm, Wed/Thurs 9am-9pm, Sat 10 am-4pm

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