Photo: The sound of art

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Photo: The sound of art

Samantha Osborne (right), a professor of graphic design, talks about artwork exhibited at the Frequency Response Show with Stevie Roberson (left), a graduate art student, in the Gallery 1910 of the Doudna Fine Arts Center on Wednesday afternoon. The Frequency Response Show exhibits three disciplines’s art works, includes painting, printmaking and graphic design. Students create their poster, print or painting based on one of the various music tracks that they were provided.

Samantha Osborne (right), a professor of graphic design, talks about artwork exhibited at the Frequency Response Show with Stevie Roberson (left), a graduate art student, in the Gallery 1910 of the Doudna Fine Arts Center on Wednesday afternoon. The Frequency Response Show exhibits three disciplines’s art works, includes painting, printmaking and graphic design. Students create their poster, print or painting based on one of the various music tracks that they were provided.

Raine Zhu

Samantha Osborne (right), a professor of graphic design, talks about artwork exhibited at the Frequency Response Show with Stevie Roberson (left), a graduate art student, in the Gallery 1910 of the Doudna Fine Arts Center on Wednesday afternoon. The Frequency Response Show exhibits three disciplines’s art works, includes painting, printmaking and graphic design. Students create their poster, print or painting based on one of the various music tracks that they were provided.

Raine Zhu

Raine Zhu

Samantha Osborne (right), a professor of graphic design, talks about artwork exhibited at the Frequency Response Show with Stevie Roberson (left), a graduate art student, in the Gallery 1910 of the Doudna Fine Arts Center on Wednesday afternoon. The Frequency Response Show exhibits three disciplines’s art works, includes painting, printmaking and graphic design. Students create their poster, print or painting based on one of the various music tracks that they were provided.


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