Third-year interior design students at Louisiana Tech will present an exhibition on Native American architecture, art, pottery and culture. The exhibit, “Invisible Link: A Connection through Existence,” will focus on the Chaco and Acoma people of the Southwestern United States.
The exhibition opening is set for 5:30 p.m. Friday, Dec.5, in the School of Architecture’s Hale Hall Gallery. Opening night will include a ceremonial procession and activities for children. The exhibition will be open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on weekdays through Friday, Dec. 19.
As a part of their fall design studio, the students formed a design group called Olathe Designs to understand and prepare for the future work environment.
Under the direction of Vibhavari Jani, program chair of the interior design department, the group worked as a team, and the group assigned roles as following: Mari Demint, a senior interior design major from Bossier City – CEO, Jenny Russell, a junior interior design major from Natchitoches – Project Manager, Amber Hebert, a senior interior design major from Zachary – Creative Director, Emily Gullatt, a senior interior design major from Monroe, and Jessica Alleman, a senior interior design major from Zachary – Publicity and Marketing, and Meredith Vines, a junior interior design major from Vidalia, and Sarah Delphin, a senior interior design major from Shreveport – Technical Assistance.
Written by Judith Roberts