Notre Dame College Art, Non-art Majors Exhibit Creative Works on Campus

Notre Dame College art and non-art majors show their creative sides—from a 6-foot tall life-like sculpture made of machine parts to a red paint-splattered American flag with white hand prints instead of stars—in the 2017 All-Student Art Show.

The exhibit, featuring nearly 50 works of original art by Notre Dame students, commences with an opening reception from 5-7 p.m. Thursday, March 30, in the Performing Arts Center gallery of the Administration Building on the College campus.

The reception and admission to the exhibit are free and open to the public. The show runs through Thursday, April 27.

Also at the opening reception, prizes for first through third place, honorable mentions and the Art Club Award will be presented. The show is sponsored by the College’s Art Club.

Works of art in the show represent various media, ranging from pencil sketches and charcoal drawings to paper sculptures and handmade books, as well as photographs, pottery and graphic design, among others.

Student artists’ majors include art but also biology, communication and more.

The tall, robotic-looking metal sculpture, which appears to be holding a baseball bat, is by Tim Perry, a part-time student who works with the College’s facilities department. He calls the piece T-50.

The nearly 5-foot wide flag-like painting, seemingly riddled with bullet holes, named Good Ole’ America is by Joshua Clark, a junior graphic design major.

The gallery is open from noon-6 p.m. Monday through Friday. For more information, contact Rachel Morris, associate professor of fine arts, by email at or phone at 216.373.5320.

29 March 2017



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For almost a century, Notre Dame College has educated a diverse population in the liberal arts for personal, professional and global responsibility. Founded by the Sisters of Notre Dame in 1922, the College has grown strategically to keep pace with the rapidly changing needs of students and the dramatic changes in higher education. But it has never lost sight of its emphasis on teaching students not only how to make a good living but also how to live a good life.

Today, the College offers bachelor’s degrees in 30 disciplines plus a variety of master's degrees, certification programs and continuing and professional development programs for adult learners on campus and online. Notre Dame College offers NCAA Division II intercollegiate athletic programs for men and women and is located in a picturesque residential neighborhood just 25 minutes from the heart of Cleveland. Hallmarks of the Notre Dame experience include stimulating academics, personalized attention of dedicated faculty and staff, and small class sizes.

Notre Dame College is located at 4545 College Road in South Euclid. For further information contact Brian Johnston, chief communications officer, at 216.373.5252 or


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