(Duluth, Minn.) -- Lake Superior College’s annual student Spring Semester Student Art Show opens Monday, May 2, at noon. The exhibit runs through Wednesday, May 4, at 9 p.m.
Students enrolled in LSC’s popular art courses will have an opportunity to display their work during the exhibit. The show will include the work of approximately 200 students in first- and second-year art classes.
Students will present a variety of art, including drawings, paintings, ceramics, sculpture, metal art and jewelry, watercolors, digital photography, and digital paintings. Many of the works will be available for purchase.
Artwork will be displayed in the lower concourse in LSC’s main building. For pieces that are priced to sell, the title card associated with each student work will list a price if the item is for sale. Interested buyers can complete a card with contact information, and students will contact potential buyers after the show. The exhibit will be open during regular campus hours beginning at noon on Monday, May 2, through 9 p.m. on Wednesday, May 4.
Learn more about LSC’s Associate in Fine Arts (AFA) degree that is fully transferable to four-year institutions.
Lake Superior College (LSC) is a comprehensive two-year community and technical college in Duluth, Minn., offering more than 90 programs, including liberal arts and science courses for transfer, technical and trades programs, allied healthcare and nursing programs, and continuing education and customized training for business and industry. LSC is a member of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system. LSC is also a leader in online courses and programs in Minnesota, and offers competitive DIII athletics including soccer, clay target and cycling. More information can be found at www.lsc.edu.