After health concerns cancel opening reception, the school’s Graphic Design Studio make new exhibition available for home viewing.
An exhibition of recent work by students of the New Brunswick College of Craft and Design’s graphic design studio had its March 18 opening reception cancelled as a result of the ongoing health crisis.
The exhibition which features digital illustrations by fourteen of the program’s students, is currently on display in the school’s Red Brick Gallery and as of today, can also be viewed online.
“The exhibition was open to students in both years, and there were fourteen spots to fill. We had forty entries, and the top fourteen were curated,” said Kirsten Stackhouse, one of the instructors in the Graphic Design Studio. “We’ve been working on it since November.”
“Illustrators create images to communicate messages, stories and feelings,” said Stackhouse. “An illustrator is responsible for taking an idea and interpreting or responding to it visually. This exhibition celebrates the illustrative side of our studio, and it is the beginning of a new annual tradition for us.”
View the complete exhibition here and be sure to follow these artists on Instagram.