Over 150 amazing works exploring the very timely theme of Identity, Community, and Belonging were selected for the spring Clough Student Art Crawl that opened on March 12. For those who were not able to view all of the pieces before we switched to distance learning, we have moved the exhibit online! We encourage you explore the incredible talents of your classmates and reach out to the artists you know to ask about their pieces.
Just as varied as the artwork on display are the majors of the participating students who represent the departments of Architecture, Computer Science, Industrial Design, Neuroscience, Materials Science Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Psychology, and beyond. Georgia Tech Arts is thrilled to share the talents and creativity of these students in addition to their work in the classroom and research labs and hope you will immerse yourself in the incredible art.
To learn more about the biannual Clough Student Art Crawl, visit arts.gatech.edu/content/clough-art-crawl.
Pictured: Out of the Binary by Abigail Russ and Tuesday by Alissa Kushner