A unique exhibit gives UNK senior art students a chance to design their visual portfolio for future professional careers.
On Sunday, friends and family members of three UNK senior art students got the opportunity to admire hard work and creativity on display at Walker Art Gallery.
It's the first of three end-of-semester senior art exhibits, offering students a chance to not only demonstrate what they learned, but also visualize their work in one focused concept.
"It's a very positive statement because you understand why there is talent on display here," said gallery director John Fronczak. "Talent is meaningless without perseverance and without a strong work ethic."
This installment of the senior art exhibit will be open to the public until Friday, April 5.
REPORTER'S NOTES: Two more senior art exhibits will be on display Mondays through Fridays from 8:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. through the middle of April at UNK's Walker Art Gallery.