By Alexandra Armand | Photography Editor
Each spring, students in Purdue’s art and design classes search their portfolios for their best pieces to submit for the Art and Design Undergraduate Exhibition.
Before the exhibition, entries from various Art and Design courses are submitted before being judged by the juror to determine who will receive the exhibition’s scholarship and other awards. Once the juror has finished, students have a week to frame or otherwise prepare their work for exhibit.
The exhibition contains works of all types, including everything from paintings and drawings to salt and pepper shakers and furniture.
This year’s exhibition began on February 20 in the Patti and Rusty Rueff Galleries in Pao Hall and runs through March 3.