Thingamajig features student printmaking and ceramic processes, from beginning and advanced classes, in a wide exploration of content and composition. The virtual exhibition includes monoprints, intaglio, drypoint, solar plate production, lino and woodcut relief prints and a variety of sculptural, hand-built and wheel-thrown ceramic techniques.
The exhibition originated with the advanced printmaking students from the class of 2014. Ceramics students were invited to join in 2015, and the art show has become an annual experience. Student curators for the 2020 show include Jessica van der Laan, Mona Saii and Thoranin Nualsumlee.
Image: Walking Mountain by Thoranin Nualsumlee