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School of Visual Communication Design Showcases Photo-Illustration Graduates in Cleveland Exhibit

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The Kent State University School of Visual Communication presents Mint Condition, an exhibition of photographic works by 2012 graduating seniors. Kent State University 2011 Photo-illustration alumni have also been invited to display select pieces from their current portfolios.

Mint Condition will showcase a selection of images ranging from location portraiture to delicate still lives from photographers Ellen Brinich, Heather Campbell, Katherine Case, Devin Casper, Spenser Dickerson, Sam Hedrick, and Kristen Swartz.

The exhibition will be held at the William Rupnik Gallery in Cleveland from May 4-May 13, 2012. The exhibition is free and open to the public. A public opening reception will be held from 6 to 9 p.m. May 4. Parking is available in the adjacent Statler Hotel parking garage for a minimal charge. Following the opening reception, food and drinks will be available at the Lava Lounge in Tremont.

Event Details:

Mint Condition

May 4-13, 2012

William Rupnik Gallery

1117 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, OH 44115


Lava Lounge

1307 Auburn Ave., Cleveland, OH 44113


Kent State University’s Photo-Illustration program prepares students for careers in studio and illustrative commercial photography. Photo-Illustrators are intermediaries between clients and their audiences, acting as interpreters and messengers in photographic form for commerce, industry, and culture at large.

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