.. especially on UAF campus. Along with the Graduate art show in the main gallery, samples of student works are popping up all over the department. There's still a display case left over from this summer's Cartoon & Comic Art course up right outside the drawing studio.
Since the lower-level of the Wood Center is reserved again to show pages from the upcoming 24-hour Comics Day again, they put up the divider panels early so as to display the linear perspective studies from the Beginning Drawing class.
Plus we went ahead and put up a selection of the pieces from their first critique in the main hallway display cases. Like I told a faculty member the other day, my class' work is spreading like a (benign) cancer throughout the campus.