Thursday, April 18, 2013

AggroCrag: Art and Design Senior Show

At the end of every episode of Nickelodeon's Guts the contestants would climb the Aggrocrag. It was a terrifying mass of color and metal, that didn't look safe enough for kids. That was part of the appeal. The seniors of the art school have named their senior exhibit after this mountain, probably referring to their experience this year planning for their final student show. Some students have already exhibited their work through animations early today but the rest of the exhibits have receptions starting friday. 

Friday night there are several receptions, starting with one at the Matthei Botanical gardens at four thirty and lasting till seven. Campus receptions will start at six and be held at three locations, two galleries at the art school on North, and also at the Work gallery on state. 

Saturday night there will be receptions at night, at several locations. The Science Library, Literati Bookstore, the Ann Arbor Art Center and the Yellow Barn all will be hosting events. 

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