By Shannon Miller
Creative minds across campus are show- casing their Halloween spirit in the Art Department’s second annual Pop-Up Art Show, “Postmortem: Devil’s Night.”
On Oct. 28, from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m., the exhibit will display an array of student art- work in the brick wall garden outside the Fine Arts building.
Hosting and curating the event are art professors, Laura Sweeney and Susan Kelly. Sweeney, a lover of comics, zombies and punk-rock, and Kelly, a pop-art enthusiast, are thrilled to give art students a chance to celebrate their unique imaginations. “Last year’s show was a great success and an opportunity for students to share their creative work on campus,” said Sweeney.
Those encouraged to submit their art are undergraduates, graduates and even faculty members. The department invites all types of creative work including photography, sculptures, ceramics, paintings, printmaking, performances, stage makeup and costuming, short stories and any other creepy creations that are appealing to the eye and mind.
Kelly and Sweeney will also be publishing “Hallozine,” a publication of student artwork and writing. It will be available to those attending the show. The event is open to the public, and family and friends are welcome to join the spooky festivities.