Nashville International Airport | June 5 – August 27, 2017

“The More You Know”, glass, Jamie Estes

The students of Tennessee Tech’s School of Art Craft & Design are currently showing their work in the Nashville International Airport. As a part of the airport’s Flying Solo series, the works are on display near terminal C for travelers to see as they make their ways to and from Nashville.

The show features the art of thirteen students and alumni, from all seven studios within the School of Art Craft & Design: glass by Wes Copp and Jamie Estes, metals by Evan Floyd and Jessica Howerton, clay by Sara Wiggins and Gage Hutchings, wood by Dylan Loftis and Lexie Moore, fibers by Elan Kandel and Mirrah Johnson, digital design by Kelli Woodell and Kevin Clark, and painting by Michael Bruce.

 

“Flintstone Chair”, wood, Alexis Moore

“I hope that this exhibition will inspire folks to make art and, hopefully, in one of our well-equipped studios in the School of Art, Craft & Design at TTU. It will also inform people of the strong program we have on both the main campus and at the Appalachian Center for Craft, our satellite campus in Smithville,” said director of the School of Art, Craft & Design Kimberly Winkle.

The artwork will be on display from June 5 to August 27, 2017. For more information about Tech’s School of Art, Craft & Design and the Appalachian Center for Craft, visit www.tntech.edu/education/art/bfa.

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