The Graphic Design Senior Exhibition features the work of graphic design majors in their final semester of study at York College. The students present their senior projects, demonstrating the artistic and conceptual growth they have achieved in our program before leaving to pursue careers as professional graphic designers. The projects exhibited begin with the introduction of a common design problem, which the students interpret individually and then spend a semester conceiving of and developing their projects. The Art Division faculty votes for the projects they feel have the strongest balance of concept, craft, color, typography, and design. Awards will be presented to the three top vote recipients at 5:30 p.m. in the Cora Miller Gallery.
Unlike recent years, the seniors will not be giving presentations the evening of the reception. Instead, they will be presenting their work and showing their portfolios at the first annual Senior PechaKucha and Portfolio Review on April 5 at 10am.