Fine Arts Show

Opening & President's Award Ceremony

University Gallery, Fulton Hall

Friday, April 19th, 6-8pm

Fine Arts

University Gallery, Fulton Hall

Open April 11th - 26th, 2013

New Media

Electronic Gallery, TETC 128

Open April 11th - 26th, 2013

Graphic Design Show

Opening of the Show

University Gallery, Fulton Hall

Friday, May 3rd, 6-8pm

Graphic Design

University Gallery, Fulton Hall

Open May 2nd - 17th, 2013





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INSTRUCTOR

Jinchul Kim

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Professor Jinchul Kim has been our fearless leader through all of the insanity that has been our final semester at Salisbury University. He directed both BA and BFA students, and he was the primary curator for both the Graphic Design and Fine Arts Senior Exhibitions. Mr. Kim has led with a firm but steady hand, not only keeping our class on track for deadlines and drop-offs, but also guiding us in the process of planning these exhibitions. He has allowed each student to play a part – to be creative in designing our spaces, diligent in completing our work on time, and professional in the display of our work as well as presenting ourselves as trained artists. His hard work and dedication have resulted in two wildly successful shows that we, as students, can walk away from feeling confident and prepared for the road ahead. He harbors a passion for his students that is simply unparalleled, and for which we are all incredibly grateful. Thank you, Mr. Kim!

Leah Lewman, BFA Painting

To be completely honest, both senior show exhibitions would not have been possible without the guidance and support of Mr. Jinchul Kim, the instructor of Spring 2013 Senior Seminar. We go into this class as a last semester senior full of ideas and excitement and Mr. Kim is responsible for reigning in our skills and pushing us to create an amazing show. The class is split up into seven committees; logo/invitation, poster, promotions, photography, web and exhibition, but it is Mr. Kim’s role that keeps it all together. Most of the students have never organized a display before, so Mr. Kim’s years of curating and design experience are what made this class a success. He demands the best out of us, even if it takes phone calls, text messages and Facebook comments in the middle of the night! His use of “ASAP” will never be forgotten and we will never be able to thank him enough for everything he has done to get these shows up and running. He is an amazing teacher and mentor, thank you Mr. Kim!

Taylyn Fuhrman, BFA Graphic Design



Senior Exhibition
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