Las Vegas, N.M – Highlands University media arts and technology students will showcase their work in the department’s fall exhibit December 12 at 5:30 p.m.
The exhibit is open to the public and is in the university’s McCaffrey Historic Trolley Building at 1183 San Francisco.
“We expect a large exhibit in the Trolley Building this semester, featuring cultural technology, virtual reality, physical computing, photography, graphic design, videography, installation, illustration and graduate field project work,” said media arts professor Mariah Hausman, who coordinates the graduate program in the department.
The reception for the Fall Exhibit is catered by The Skillet restaurant in Las Vegas. Stella and Dot, a fashion and design company, will present a jewelry sale with 50 percent of the proceeds donated to the Media Arts Club at Highlands.
“We really feel like the McCaffrey Historic Trolley Building belongs to the Las Vegas community and we welcome the public to see the variety of outstanding work our students consistently produce,” said Miriam Langer, department chair for media arts and technology.