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Fourteen art majors exhibit work in annual Senior Exhibition

Fourteen studio art majors from Bates College show work from their yearlong thesis projects in the annual Senior Exhibition. The show opens with a reception at 6 p.m. Friday, April 10, in the Bates College Museum of Art, 75 Russell St.

The exhibition runs through May 30. Open to the public at no cost, the museum’s regular hours are from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. For more information, please call 207-786-6158 or visit www.bates.edu/museum.xml.

The Senior Exhibition artists are:

[intlink id="7426" type="post"]H. Lincoln Benedict[/intlink] of Shaftsbury, Vt.;

[intlink id="7443" type="post"]Sarah Codraro[/intlink] of Hancock, Maine;

[intlink id="7466" type="post"]Hannah Davis[/intlink] of Bainbridge Island, Wa.;

[intlink id="7928" type="post"]Ryan Dean[/intlink] of Cranston, R.I.;

[intlink id="7973" type="post"]William Gardner[/intlink] of Waitsfield, Vt.;

[intlink id="8230" type="post"]Rachel Kaplan[/intlink] of Westport, Conn.;

[intlink id="8237" type="post"]Jessica Kase[/intlink] of Chappaqua, N.Y.;

[intlink id="8244" type="post"]Elise Kornack[/intlink] of Dover, Mass.;

[intlink id="8317" type="post"]Madeline McLean[/intlink] of Evergreen, Colo.;

[intlink id="8263" type="post"]Elizabeth Mitchell[/intlink] of Auburn, Maine;

[intlink id="8269" type="post"]Hwei Ling Ng[/intlink] of Selangor, Malaysia;

[intlink id="8280" type="post"]Tyler Schoen[/intlink] of Wilton, Maine;

[intlink id="8311" type="post"]Jason Tsichlis[/intlink] of Winchester, Mass.;

and [intlink id="8290" type="post"]Margot Webel[/intlink] of Locust Valley, N.Y.

As their senior thesis requirement, studio art majors at Bates create a substantial and cohesive body of work through studio practice and critical inquiry. The yearlong process is overseen by faculty and culminates in this exhibition.

The requirement allows students to develop independence and consistency. They achieve greater depth with their artwork and learn to work both critically and productively.



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