Lawton, Okla._The Cameron University Department of Art introduced their annual senior art exhibition Saturday evening. This year's presentation is entitled "Unorthodox". The collection consists of several unique pieces from thirteen seniors that will graduate this year.
The art is on display at the Museum of the Great Plains. "Unorthodox" showcases drawings, prints, digital art, and graphic design works.
"We wanted it to be different and since we all have a variety of works and styles we chose Unorthodox," said Danielle Coates.
Seniors have been busy preparing for this event since the start of the semester. They say though they are in school every exhibition is important, giving them an opportunity to share their works and for their names to be recognized.
The art work will be displayed through May 7th.
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