Digital Arts and Studio Art Class of 2020 Launch Online Exhibition

Generational Shift 2020

This exhibition represents the culmination of a year (or more) of work on senior projects, ranging from an interactive 3D model of a human heart to an exploration of psychological phenomena through ceramic sculptures. Our seniors have shown remarkable flexibility and tenacity in completing their senior projects in these new and strange circumstances. Though you will not be able to experience them in person, we’re excited to share them with you through various online channels.


Generational Shift 2020 is hosted as an online exhibition on the Hand Art Center’s newly-redesigned website, accessible here


Take a guided tour of the exhibition in a virtual version of the Hand Art Center, accessible here. Best viewed on a desktop.


Please share your feedback with our students by leaving a note in the Generational Shift 2020 guestbook, commenting on the virtual walkthrough, or commenting on Instagram.  ​

Thank you for your support of student artists at Stetson!

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