The University Art Gallery and the Department of Art, Art History and Visual Studies are pleased to present online exhibitions by the graduating art majors of 2020.

Floating Needles refers to the phenomenon resulting from surface tension, of that moment water supports heavier substances.

This group of art majors manifests an almost prescient awareness of the stresses and strains precipitated by the COVID-19 pandemic. With approaches that range from assemblage to video, and drawing to photography, our attention is drawn to end-of-life passages (Heidi Hayne), the commonness of solitude (Malik Hodge), connections between gender and the environment (Hallery Matson and Henry Ray), and the fragmentation and reconstruction of memory (Anna Douglas Smith and Hongyu Zhou).

Please view and enjoy the exhibition.