The Innovation and Research Commons (I&RC) [ https://www.lib.auburn.edu/irc/ ] at Ralph Brown Draughon Library is highlighting student work on their Liquid Galaxy wall display. Jonah Lasley, Chelsy Hooper, and Chris Mixon are working with instructors and students in two classes: Urban Design Studio (CPLN 7200) and Science Communication (ESSI 7150) to display their work.
Over the spring semester, students used software such as Adobe InDesign, Adobe Premiere Rush, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop and more to create their projects, with instructional assistance from the I&RC staff. After providing permission for their work to be displayed via student talent release forms, participants share their work to an online workspace for file preparation. Displays of student work have begun this week and will be displayed intermittently over the next semester.
View student projects currently on the exhibit loop of the Liquid Galaxy display on the 1st floor of the Library. Find more information at https://lib.auburn.edu/liquidgalaxy/