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"Our Own Devices" Opens at ASU's Gallery 100 Tonight

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Tonight, a group of Arizona State University seniors are saying sayonara in style.

From 6 to 8 p.m., twelve candidates for a bachelor of fine arts degree from ASU's art school unveil "Our Own Devices", a group thesis exhibit at Gallery 100, located at the Tempe Center (817-951 South Mill Avenue in Tempe).

Heavy on photography and sculpture, the show will showcase art pieces from Adrian Lesoing, Andrea Ashkie, Brittani Matthews-Elem, David Blakeman, Hayley Brunetto, Holly Fields, Lindsey Lewandowski, Meghan Kesti, Ron Lyons, Sara King, Sarah Denney, and Timothy Berres.

Here are some examples of the work these in-the-making artists are cranking out:

The show hangs through March 4. Viewing hours are noon to 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday. Admission is free. Check out this for more info.

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