By Karen Sanchez, Staff Reporter
The Kappa Pi International Art Society, Beta Chi chapter, will be holding its annual art show once again. The art exhibit will be on display in the Ira M. Taylor Memorial Gallery, located in the Frost Center of Visual Arts Building beginning on Monday, Nov. 4 until Friday Nov. 15. The gallery will be open for walk-through between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.
The art show is an opportunity for Kappa Pi club members to showcase their personal artwork. Mediums of art anticipated to be on display are paints, drawings, photography and digital media.
Kappa Pi president, Aubrie Northcut, also invites viewers to come to the show’s closing reception which will take place on Thursday, Nov. 14. The closing reception will begin at 5 p.m. and end at 6:30 p.m. On this day Kappa Pi members will be present to answer questions regarding the art on display. There will be pies available for purchase as well. Proceeds go towards fundraising for the club. There will also be multiple live art demos in the form of painting, drawing and foil printing done by club members.
“There’s always a ton of different things going on that we’ll be doing during it. It’s more interactive than any other art show that we normally put on, because not only do you get to look at art, you get to watch current Kappa Pi students physically creating art, in the moment,” Northcut says.
For more information or if you are interested in joining the Kappa Pi International Art club, you can contact club president, Aubrie Northcut at email@example.com, or club sponsor Caleb Dulock at firstname.lastname@example.org.