Students display artwork in thesis exhibitionsMarch 4, 2013
Two senior art students will have their fine arts thesis exhibitions this month.
Kaila Mock’s display, “(dis)comfort,” will be in the Normal R. Eppink Gallery, and Joe Sircoulomb’s display, “Queer,” will be in Gilson Memorial Gallery. Both galleries are in King Hall on the Emporia State University campus.
The exhibits will be on display from March 5 through 15. A reception for both will be from 5 to 7 p.m. Friday, March 8, in the Bruder Theatre Lobby of King Hall.
(dis)comfort “deals with the aftermath of sexual violence on both the mind and the body,” said Mock, who plans to graduate in May with a bachelor of fine arts degree in glass, sculpture and photography and a minor in art history. Queer “addresses Eastern esoteric traditions while taking a stance for the quality of gender and sexual minorities, said Sircoulomb, who will also graduate in May with a BFA in glass and sculpture with a minor in art history.
Both galleries are open from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday.