Tuscaloosa, Alabama – Shelton State Community College’s Visual Arts Department will present former student Yazmyn Rozier’s first solo art exhibition, Flora & Java, February 18 – April 2, 2019, in the Martin Campus Cadence Bank Art Gallery.
Yazmyn Rozier studied visual arts at the College and was a recipient of a fine arts scholarship. “Flora & Java” will consist of work that reflects her personal and spiritual journey as well as her deep appreciation for bohemianism and minimalist aesthetics. The exhibition is free and open to the public. The Cadence Bank Art Gallery is open during the College’s regular business hours.
Part of Shelton State’s designation as the Community College of the Fine Arts for the state of Alabama, the visual arts department focuses on instruction in art techniques and processes engaging students in creative thinking, self-exploration, and critical evaluation. Courses are designed to provide students with a strong foundation in studio arts and art history. The art program offers experience for students pursuing transfer to a four-year college program, art careers, and/or personal enrichment.
The Cadence Bank Art Gallery, located on the Martin Campus, showcases a changing series of exhibitions of local, regional, and national artists. At the end of each semester, the gallery features a juried student art exhibition with a purchase award.
For more information about visual arts, contact Jaia Chen at email@example.com.