UA Little Rock to host exhibits featuring final work of graduating students

Jeremy Couch's painting, "She told me a story as long as her lashes…," is on display in the spring art exhibit.

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock will host three spring exhibits featuring the work of graduating art students. 

The first exhibit features the capstone projects of graduating art students and will be on display from April 21 to May 8 in the Maners/Pappas Gallery in the UA Little Rock Art Gallery.

The exhibit will include the work of Andrea Clark, Hannah Klenk, Hillary Klenk, Laura Montalvan, Taylor Nolley, Matthew Radcliff, Sydney Reid, Sarah Sikes, and Mira Warg.  

A second exhibit will highlight the art of UA Little Rock seniors earning a Bachelor of Fine Arts. The BFA Senior Exhibition will be on display from April 22 to May 8 in Gallery III.

Cali Moritz's "The Creator"
Cali Moritz’s “The Creator”

This exhibit features the illustrations of Zachary Tallent, the paintings of Cali Moritz, the photography of Trinity Lovell, and the drawings and paintings of Jordan Lyn Gribble.

A reception for the two exhibits will be held from 5-7 p.m. Saturday, April 22, at the UA Little Rock Art Gallery.

A thesis exhibition for Matt TerAvest, who is earning a master’s degree, will be on display from May 15 to June 6 in the Maners/Pappas Gallery.

All exhibitions are free and open to the public. The UA Little Rock Art Gallery is located in the Fine Arts Building and is open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.

For more information, contact UA Little Rock Gallery Director Brad Cushman at or 501.569.8977.

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