The University of Texas-Pan American will host "Innovative Designs," a Bachelor of Fine Arts exhibit by 10 computer graphics majors, from Nov. 19 to Dec. 12 at the University Gallery.
A reception with the artists is Nov. 29 from 7-9 p.m. in the University Gallery in the Communication Arts and Sciences Building.
Guadalupe Barba is a graphic designer from Elsa who was born and raised in the Rio Grande Valley. He has always been interested in drawing and photography and also has a love for everything pertaining to computers.
Adriana Espinoza was born and raised in Laredo and plays golf for the University. The focus of her exhibit is to create a new dynamic image for the golf team.
The work of Elias Montemayor of Mission centers on the promotion and marketing of a musical group he has been involved with for the past year. In music, he has found the way in which the music is marketed and presented visually is as important as the quality of the music itself.
Mauro Rodriguez is from Roma and now lives in Edinburg. His project is an advertising campaign for a multimedia production company, and he plans to work as a web designer and multimedia producer after graduation.
Myrthala Sauceda has been working for the McAllen Chamber of Commerce for two years doing advertising for their events. She has chosen to do an advertising campaign for the Nature Festival.
Born and raised in Reynosa, Liliana Sierra chose to make a new logo and redesign all nine sections for the ""El Manana" newspaper in her hometown.
Mariana Zuniga was born in San Juan and has designed and packaged a new computer game for her graduate thesis. Her work is the advertising campaign for this product.
Art by Misty Cook, Maria S. Cortez and Susana Rivera will also be shown.
Admission to all exhibits is free, and the gallery is open Monday through Friday except University holidays. For more information or special accommodations, contact gallery director Dindy Reich at 956/381-2655 or at firstname.lastname@example.org