Eye on the future

'Synthesis' exhibit features work of U-M graduating seniors

April, 2012

A culmination of a year-long course whereby students explore a range of traditional and new media, “Synthesis” offers the public an engaging look at the impressive scope of creative work of University of Michigan Art & Design graduating seniors.

The art, which includes film, installation, painting, sculpture and mixed media, was created in the students’ Integrative Project course, an innovative exploration that has yielded a contemporary and distinctively generational sensibility.

The exhibit is April 12-May 1.

“Synthesis” features artwork exhibited in U-M and Ann Arbor venues. For a complete listing of the artists, time and location of venues, events and performances, please visit

Montage homepage: “Leaving My Mark” by Noelle Littler
Above: “A2 Music Project” by Jamie Adams

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