Students from Kristen Smith's Advanced Graphic Communication course view their work on display at the Special Collections Libraries.
Graphics students exhibit work as part of Special Collections Libraries exhibit
While many class assignments are never seen by anyone other than the class students and the professor, students in Kristen Smith’s Advanced Graphic Communication class have a different experience. Their posters were selected to be displayed as part of the Richard B. Russell Special Collections Library’s exhibit, “Wrestling Temptation: The Quest to Control Alcohol in Georgia.”
The six posters were created to express themes, attitudes and morals of the use and abuse of alcohol in Georgia from 1733 until the present. The students incorporated visuals and ideas researched through the library archives.
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