Core Studies Students Create Self-Portrait Wall
September 6, 2016
Installation celebrates the University's 140th anniversary and inauguration of President David Yager
Self portraits created by students in the Core Studies program’s Image/Time classes are currently on display on the third floor of Anderson Hall (333 S. Broad Street) in celebration of the University’s 140th Anniversary and the Inauguration of President David Yager, as well as to welcome the incoming class of 2020.
The chosen portraits were printed on removable label paper and adhered to the wall following a creative grid pattern. The patterned installation interacts with and responds to the existing architectural structure and celebrates the energy and enthusiasm of students enrolled in the University of the Arts’ College of Art, Media & Design.
Project collaborators included Sculpture Assistant Professor Laura Frazure and Fine Arts Associate Professor Diane Pepe.