Tag Archives: Graphic Design

Nutting Gallery showcases tree-themed faculty artwork

By Yijing Shen, Contributing Writer
The annual faculty exhibition opened on Jan. 17 in the Nutting Gallery. Robert Villamagna, the gallery’s director, came up with the idea of having an annual art faculty exhibition. Every year, he picks the theme from all the art faculty members’ votes. This year’s theme is “Tree.” 

Graphic Design rebranded as Visual Communication Design

By Taylor Long, Contributing Writer 

The Graphic Design major has a brand new name. Instead of Graphic Design, it will now be known as Visual Communication Design.

Senior show is a success in Nutting Gallery

By Megan Jones, Advertising Manager
Each semester, graduating seniors at West Liberty University participate in the show in order to complete their degree in Graphic Design or Art Education. This semester, five artists are featured in the exhibit: Jenny Ball, Jessica Bethel, Alyssa Culp, Emily Jessee and Courtney Moore. The highly anticipated and successful Senior Exhibition is on display now through May 11 in the Nutting Gallery in the Fine Arts Building.

Students represent at Undergraduate Research Day

By Jalyn Bolyard, Online Editor 
Several students from West Liberty University had the chance to attend Undergraduate Research Day at the West Virginia State Capitol Rotunda on Feb. 24 from 8:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. From psychology and media design to science, many aspects of WLU were represented at the Capitol

College of Arts and Communications plan for exciting semester

By Megan Jones, Advertising Manager

The College of Arts and Communication has a vibrant lineup of activities this Fall. The college is made up of art, theater, music performance, broadcasting, journalism, graphic design, music technology, directing, and more programs.

WLU and Korean university establish partnership

By Hannah Mason, Assistant Editor

Recently, WLU Associate Professor of Graphic Design Moonjung Kang established a partnership between West Liberty University and Hanbat National University in Korea.

WLU student uses graphic design for a good cause

            By Hannah Mason, Assistant Editor

There’s no time like the holiday season to find an opportunity to give back to the community.

            The students of this semester’s Graphic Design I class, taught by Instructor of Graphic Design Sarah Davis, have the opportunity to put their artistic skills toward good causes, with their “Design for Good” project. One student in particular, sophomore graphic design major Carrie Kaluger, is taking the assignment into the local community, to raise awareness for a local boy battling cancer.