Undergrad visualization students fill Langford buildings with art

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See more photos of student work from the exhibition.

Art created by undergraduate visualization students ranging from the traditional to interactive, computer-based systems was on display May 1-2 at Texas A&M’s Langford Architecture Center.

The exhibit concluded with a screening of animation and video work.

Prior to the screening, scholarships and awards were presented to students who produced the best design portfolios and exhibited exceptional work during the past academic year.

Visit the Department of Visualization website for more photos of the spring show.

The Bachelor of Science in Visualization program is structured to develop the student's artistic, scientific and technical abilities and provide a specialized skill set for creating visual experiences based upon a synthesis of interdisciplinary knowledge.

Check out the Department of Visualization page on iTunes U to view or download more undergraduate and graduate visualization student work.

posted July 23, 2012