Spring Storm Exhibitions

2019 Spring Storm

Spring Storm 2019

Spring Storm is the culminating exhibition for School of Art + Design senior students completing degrees in Art, Art & Technology and Prod-uct Design. Synthesizing the work accomplished throughout their studies, each student develops a piece with support from their faculty mentor in the final term. Engaging a broad range of work across art and design, students have not only developed formal, technical, material and critical capabilities, they have also cultivated individual perspectives and practices. The 2019 exhibit featured work by more than 100 students.

Our students are equipped with 21st century approaches—from sculpture, photography, painting, drawing, printmaking, ceramics, fibers, and met-alsmithing to interactivity, video, animation, visual communications, and emerging technology to designing objects for use across a broad range of scales and purposes—ready to raise questions, shape experience and solve problems through their work. Spring Storm is a celebration of the diversity of those efforts and ideas across Art + Design, and all the catalytic interactions and individual discoveries made during these seniors’ college careers.

View the news story and the 2019 Spring Storm catalog.

Families and friends gathere in the LaVerne Krause Gallery in Lawrence Hall to honor the work of Art + Design graduates.

Students, faculty, and staff gathered for the annual Spring Storm opening reception in the Lawrence Hall courtyard.

Bike helmets designed by Product Design students in the Senior Studio with Professor Wonhee Arndt.

Artwork by Elijah Stewart


2018 Spring Storm

Spring Storm 2018

The School of Art + Design Spring Storm 2018 was the culminating exhibition for senior students completing degrees in Art, Art & Technology and Product Design. Representing the synthesis of studio work across the last four years, each student developed a piece with support from their faculty mentor in the final term.

Throughout their education, Art + Design students benefit from close relationships with faculty and their peers in studio classes. Engaging a broad range of work across art and design, these students not only developed formal, technical, material and critical capabilities, they also cultivated individual perspectives and practices.

View the news story and the 2018 Spring Storm catalog.

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ceramic object on display

artwork on display at Spring Storm 2018


Spring Storm 2017
Spring Storm 2016
Spring Storm 2015