Student Computer Designed Art Exhibit and Silent AuctionPosted April 21, 2014
Kent State University at Tuscarawas and the Tuscarawas County Center for the Arts are sponsoring the 10th annual Student Computer-Designed Art Exhibit and Silent Auction from 7 to 9 p.m. on April 24. The exhibit, which is free and open to the public, will be held at the Tuscarawas County Center for the Arts at 461 Robinson Dr. S.E. in New Philadelphia.
More than 65 pieces of student artwork will be judged with the top three pieces to receive the honor of “Best of Show” that evening. In addition, all pieces will be available for a silent auction with the proceeds benefiting the Animation Imagineers Club, a campus club for students majoring in computer design, animation and game design. The exhibit also includes artwork submitted by high school students who are members of the 12 area high school Cyber Clubs.
Computer design, animation and game design engineering technology is one of the fastest-growing majors at Kent State Tuscarawas. It is the largest major offered by the engineering technology program. Since the program’s launch in 1995, it is the only associate degree of its kind offered in Ohio. Students can also earn a bachelor’s degree in computer design, animation and game design at Kent State Tuscarawas.
Developed by Kamal Bichara, Ph.D., director of the engineering technology program, the computer design, animation and game design major appeals to students who enjoy combining visual design, art and technology.