April 30, 2013

Julia Corsino, a second-year Digital Photography student, sets up her print display as part of the 2013 Scholarship Show in the Campus Gallery.

Julia Corsino, a second-year Digital Photography student, sets up her print display as part of the 2013 Scholarship Show in the Campus Gallery.

The hard work is over and now it’s show time.

Art made by more than 100 top students in Georgian College’s School of Design and Visual Art (SDVA) programs is on exhibit until May 15.

Members of the public can view the 2013 SDVA Scholarship Show in the Campus Gallery in the Helen and Arch Brown Centre for Visual Arts, Barrie Campus. The gallery is open Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The visually stunning exhibit features work by students from eight Georgian College Design and Visual Art programs: Web Animation and Design, Jewellery and Metals, Interior Design, Interior Decorating, Digital Photography and Imaging, Graphic Design, Fine Arts, and Art Fundamentals.

At stake is more than $30,000 in awards donated by industry partners. Students’ work is judged by experts from the various industries represented in the show. Visitors will be able to view the work of all nominees and the award winners.

Visit the SDVA site for more information about programs.