Lourdes art student to present exhibition of work | Arts & Culture
Beginning October 3, the Department of Art at Lourdes University will host an exhibition highlighting the work of Associate of Arts student Cindy Meadows. The exhibition will be held in McAlear Hall and runs through October 21. A reception with the artist is being hosted on October 9 from 2 to 4 p.m.
Always captivated by all aspects of fine art, Meadows has focused on honing her abilities upon returning to college in 2006. She has since developed into a very versatile artist – creating work in commercial art, ceramics, photography, oil painting and printmaking work. Meadows holds a Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies from Lourdes University and is currently enrolled in the institution’s Master of Organizational Leadership program.
Students interested in art at Lourdes University can choose from four different programs: the Associate in Arts, Bachelor of Arts in Art, Bachelor of Arts in Art History, Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies and the Pre-Art Therapy program. Lourdes’ Department of Art instruction is rooted in the fine arts with a strong emphasis in studio art programs such as ceramics, painting, print-making and sculpture. For more information visit www.lourdes.edu/art.