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Recently, Computer Graphics students were challenged to create a portrait of themselves as they might appear as eighty-five year olds. Demonstrating their compositing skills in Photoshop and their knowledge of the aging process, they created a series of amazing, aged portraits. Our special guest judge for this challenge was CLU’s Dr. Robert Meadows E.D., Ph.D. Professor of Criminal Justice. Our thanks to Dr, Meadows, who after years of service in law enforcement, brought a trained and experienced eye in determining which student did the most visually convincing portrait of themselves as a senior citizen.
The winning portrait was created by Sophia Naranjo. You can visit the Aged To Perfection Show in the Spies Borman Building right next to Media Services. Try to identify participating students before checking their names on the tags below their pictures. It’s fun!
The show’s in the gallery, almost ready for the opening reception tomorrow. We will have food and drinks, good company, good music and FABULOUS ART. Come and meet our seniors and imagine yourself joining them as a CLU student.
3.oo pm Saturday afternoon 26th April. Kwan Fong Gallery.
Works upstairs by Krista.
Bret Bays loads in his sculpture.
Works line the stairway.
Exhibiting for the first time puts anyone under pressure. Knowing their work was going to be under scrutiny wasn’t particularly reassuring for our 12 senior art students. “The Senior Class Art Exhibit, 12 Apart: Group Show” is starting on April, 26 and finishes on May, 17 and I wanted to know how they felt about this first experience. One of them, Kyle Stuart accepted to share his impressions with the readers of this blog.
“The time leading up to my senior art show was very stressful. What
stressed me most was not being able to put my artwork together
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