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Lissa Diaz

The Bethel College Art Department presents a “before and after” student art show titled, “Something Better.” The show is open now and will run through Dec. 16 in the Everest-Rohrer Chapel/Fine Arts Center—Great Hall on Bethel’s campus.

The exhibit features student art from all classes including ceramics, painting, drawing, graphic design, photography and 2D art. “Something Better” implies how instruction, techniques and application can improve any project. The showcased work is a fun way for viewers to see the improvement and compare the work right in front of them.

Students who are showcasing their work include juniors Cam Kitson and Brooke Perrin and seniors Rachel Coad and Zac Nelson.

“Something Better” is free and open to the public. For any questions, contact the Art Department at 574.807.7022 or Art@BethelCollege.edu.