2024 Student Senior Art exhibition runs April 17-May 11

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The University of Minnesota Morris proudly presents the 2024 senior art exhibition, ‘Split the Lark.’ Based on the poem by Emily Dickinson, where the yearning calls of two separated larks become a sort of music, ‘Split the Lark’ explores the creative process in the wake of global catastrophe and isolation. 

The show will feature nine graduating students from the Studio Art discipline. An impressive variety of media will be presented in this exhibit, including sculpture, painting, printmaking, drawing, digital illustration, fiber arts, bookmaking and ceramics. 

Seniors along with their primary media, majors/minors and hometowns are as follows: 

  • Rae Boatman, fibers and sculpture, art history major/studio art minor; 
  • August Estrada, sculpture and printmaking, studio art major, Clint Texas; 
  • Margot Finneran-Flyckt, drawing and printmaking, studio art major, St. Paul; 
  • Hal Raven, drawing and digital illustration, studio art major/creative writing and art history minors, Aberdeen, South Dakota;
  • Sierra Kallio, painting and sculpture, studio art major/art history minor; 
  • Eliza Klarer, ceramics, studio art major, White Earth;
  • Allison Koos, painting, studio art/environmental studies majors, Bemidji; 
  • Melissa Snyder, drawing, studio art major/English minor, Dawson; and 
  • Sam Workman, printmaking, studio art major, Park Rapids.

This exhibition will run from April 17-May 11 in the Edward J. and Helen Jane Morrison. Gallery hours are Monday–Friday, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.