Seventeen graphic design seniors will be exhibiting their work as part of the ‘Design: 2017’ at the Pennsylvania College of Technology, the annual student portfolio exhibition in The Gallery at Penn College.
A public exhibition reception will be held on Friday, April 28th from 4 to 6 p.m., in the gallery located on the third floor of the Madigan Library. The design work will be put up to display through May 12.
The annual exhibition shows the best graphic design work, illustration, and web design work of graphic design majors in their final semester of study at Penn College. The exhibition provides a space for graphic design majors to showcase their talent in branding, marketing, design and advertising to industry professionals and the community.
Penn College graphic design majors have consistently gained recognition through submissions to regional, national and international advertising design competitions.
Whyman, who was recently interviewed about the upcoming exhibit by WVIA-FM on-air host Fiona Powell at the WVYA studio in downtown Williamsport, said, “It’s such a payoff to be able to showcase my designs that resulted from hard work and dedication over four years in the graphic design program. It’s especially gratifying to show my work alongside all the other strong and talented designers in the class of 2017.
“Thanks to the dedication of the professors, the quality of education, and the resources and experience available to us through this program, we’ve become strong, capable designers who are ready for the working world. I feel confident in my work and education here at Penn College and am excited to apply my knowledge and experience in the real world.”
To know more about the graphic design and art majors at Penn College, visit the School of Science, Humanities & Visual Communications.