May 7, 2021

Senior show 2021

Pennsylvania College of Art & Design

Kaitlyn McCulley, Taking Flight, 2020, Digital media, 6 x 8.25 inches. © Kaitlyn McCulley, class of 2021.

The concept of a digital thesis archive at the Pennsylvania College of Art & Design premiered during the pandemic to spotlight the class of 2020. The digital platform was launched due to social-distancing requirements and it has now become a new tradition to archive the capstone projects of each graduating class.

The Class of 2021 Archives highlights 58 seniors from the departments of Animation & Game Art, Fine Art, Graphic Design, Illustration, and Photography & Video.

“This is a remarkable and nimble class,” says Michael Molla, President of PCA&D. “They are graduating in a remarkable time and they have proven how resilient, resourceful, deft, and dexterous they are.”

Participating artists include Brendon Scott Adams, Artzbeat, Isaac Baker, Frank Barbera, Joanna Becker, Dorinda M. Benner, Jeremy Bensing, Jia Bernstein, Courtney Boyd, Riss Brendel, Daniel L. Cardona, Nicole Denzler, Zorina Eckman, Benjamin Farley, Nathaniel Alex Gonzalez, Hannah Guldin, Alexander Gutierrez, Mandi Hall, Brandon Harris, Amanda Herr, Paige Hershey, John Hollas, Jolie Jones, Sydney Landis, Ken Donovan Landis, Brittany Taylor Lare, Alexis Lebesco, Sarah Lennon, Brianna Grace Linwood, Madeleine Lyash, Jeff Maisonneuve, Eion McCleary, Kaitlyn McCulley, Ayana Janell McGaw, Regina Marie Mehaffey, Amelia Mellberg, William Metzinger IV, Lyzzi Michel, Hannah Miller, Mab Moon, Breanna Nelson, Karissa Nicole, Danielle Parker, Jadin Poliski, Dixon Y. Pugh-Cook, Maggie Riley, Will Riley, Spencer Robbins, James William Morrow Shepherd, Tessa Sherk, Lizbeth Sherlock, Kyeir Smith, Shazeem Sueksagan, Rachel Stork, Jericho Tulayan, Miles Warren, Seth Zeller, Alex Zhao.

Founded in 1982, Pennsylvania College of Art & Design is a private, non-profit, professional art college offering BFA degrees, certificates, credentials, and curricula that enable students of all ages to pursue art as their life’s work. The exhibition program of the Gallery at Pennsylvania College of Art & Design uses art-based learning alongside artist-centered and community-focused programming to enable critical thinking and encourage dialogues with global perspectives for the communities of PCA&D, Lancaster, and beyond.

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