O’Brien, Walker selected to show pieces at Varsity Art XXV

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Culver-Stockton College students Keelie O’Brien and Steven Walker have been invited to submit one piece each for Varsity Art XXV, the 25th annual group exhibition curated by members of faculty from 22 regional colleges and universities.

Keelie O'Brien is one of two Culver-Stockton students who have been invited to submit one piece for Varsity Art XXV. 

Steven Walker is one of two Culver-Stockton students who have been invited to submit one piece for Varsity Art XXV.

 

CANTON, Mo. — Culver-Stockton College students Keelie O’Brien and Steven Walker have been invited to submit one piece each for Varsity Art XXV, the 25th annual group exhibition curated by members of faculty from 22 regional colleges and universities in Missouri and Illinois.

The multi-media invitational visual art exhibition will be presented at Art Saint Louis, 1223 Pine Street in downtown St. Louis, from March 5 to April 1. It will feature works by 44 undergraduate and graduate level art students. This annual exhibit is a collaboration between Art Saint Louis and the participating collegiate institutions, their art faculty and students. Professors are invited to select two outstanding art students to represent their art department and institution in the annual show.

O’Brien is a senior art education major from Kahoka, Mo. Walker is a senior art education major from Palmyra, Mo. This is the second year for Culver-Stockton students to participate in a Varsity Art exhibition.

This year’s exhibit presents artworks in a variety of media, including ceramics, drawing, mixed media, painting, photography, printmaking, sculpture and video.

View images of all of the featured artworks in the Facebook album for “Varsity Art XXV.”

Art Saint Louis is a non-profit art organization now in its fourth decade of enriching lives through the activity of the region’s visual artists.

The studio art program at Culver-Stockton was ranked No. 7 in the United States in a listing of best value small college degrees for art by BestValueSchools.com. Students will have opportunities to work in drawing, painting, printmaking, photography, sculpture, pottery and crafts. Visit https://culver.edu/future-students/undergraduate/majors/ast/ to learn more.