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Graduating senior Christine Hoffmann presented her digital art exhibition on Thursday, April 12, to the Lindenwood community for its grand opening that night. The ceremony took place from 7-9 p.m. ...

Graduating senior Christine Hoffmann presented her digital art exhibition on Thursday, April 12, to the Lindenwood community for its grand opening that night. The ceremony took place from 7-9 p.m. with dozens of faculty, students, friends and family members in attendance. Her artwork ranges from pieces completed in programs like Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign.
Months of preparation went into getting her pieces ready for the show, which cover her work throughout her five years here at Lindenwood. The senior exhibition is the pinnacle of her collegiate career as a graphic designer. It is a laid back social event for those in attendance where the pieces are unveiled for the first time, while guests enjoy light snacks and peruse the artwork. However, for the artist, it is a night of great pride but also one of stress as their work gets judged by their professors for the final grade. To see more of Hoffmann’s artwork or to contact her, visit her website at



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    • Graduating senior Christine Hoffmannpresents her digital art exhibition onThursday, April 12, to the Lindenwoodcommunity for its grand opening at 7p.m.Her artwork ranges from piecescompleted in programs like AdobePhotoshop, Illustrator and InDesign.Months of preparation went into gettingher pieces ready for the show, whichcover her work throughout her 5 yearshere at Lindenwood.
    • my art show last semester, it was very stressful and hectic. Christine has done an amazing job
    • Each show has an exhibition catalog, which shows the titles and pictures of each piece in the
    • Several dozen guests attendedfellow students majoring in graphicdesign.Hoffmann is also double majoring injournalism, and several of her friendsattended the show from that major aswell.The flowers featured here were boughtfor Hoffmann by her parents as a surpriseaddition to her podium with herprograms, guestbook and business cards.Hoffmann said.
    • was frustrating at certain parts of the show because I had to defend my artwork and its
    • and member of campus fraternity Phi MuAlpha, listens as she describes theprocess of hanging all of her artwork andhow to properly frame the work.several hours, and I was working on thatHoffmann said.Her artwork will remain on the upperlevel of the Scheidegger Center from theopening night Thursday, April 12 untilSunday, April 22.
    • Abe Campbell.looking at a graphic, Campbell
    • of a computer. The zeroes and ones hintat the binary code computers use tocommunicate, and the colorful squigglesrepresent the inner cords and workingsof the machine.This piece was just one of 16 works totalin her show.
    • stayed for almost the entire 2 hours for the opening night."
    • The popular band Linkin Park is featuredis definitely my favorite piece because ofthe way the imaginary lines draw yourThis work was originally intended to be aposter size that could have been used asmy all-time favorite bands, so it wassaid.
    • Deborah Starr, sophomore and -worker at The Legacynewspaper, was amazed at her artwork.seeing her work for reporting and
    • exhibition. McMillan works with Hoffmann on The Legacy newspaper.
    • This photo
    • Hoffmann accepts flowers from one of her fraternity sisters.