ANZA – Olivet University hosted its fourth annual art and design exhibition Saturday, Dec. 21, during the school’s Christmas holiday break.
The exhibition displayed the year’s finest works that Olivet School of Arts and Design students created during its 2019 academic year. Various forms of art were presented, such as graphic design, product design, photography and fine arts.
The exhibition drew in many visitors including students, faculty and guests from the local communities. Visitors enjoyed the artworks and exchanged their inspirations.
“What a great way to connect the community,” the Rev. Robert Reece and his wife from Anza First Southern Baptist Church, said.
“I am glad that the exhibition was successful and received positive responses. This would not have been possible without the support of staff and students on campus. Furthermore, we wish to give a special thanks to all those who contributed to the event,” professor Zimou Tan, OSAD associate dean and event organizer, said.
OSAD will host more exhibitions and share more artworks with the community in the 2020 academic calendar.
Olivet University is a is an institution of biblical higher education dedicated to training ministry-bound men and women as biblical scholars and leaders and to equipping them with the practical skills to preach the Gospel effectively into and after the “network generation” – thus priming them to revolutionize the world through Christian mission.
Olivet University is accredited by the Association for Biblical Higher Education to award certificates, bachelor’s, master’s and doctorate degrees. For more information about its educational programs, visit www.olivetuniversity.edu.
Submitted by Olivet University.