The College of Architecture, Art, and Urban Planning of the University of Illinois at Chicago will showcase the talents of its best students in 1984, an exhibition of visual arts, design, architecture, and urban planning. The show included not only painting, sculpture, and the graphic arts, but also film and video showings, architectural drawings and models, communications and industrial design, and photography. Demonstrations in computer graphics, printmaking, and ceramics were also included.
The exhibition was juried by Rodney Carswell, Judy Geichman, and David Helm.
An awards ceremony honoring the college's outstanding students in the areas of Architecture, Art and Design, History of Architecture and Art, and Urban Planning accompanied the exhibition, and a reception followed the ceremony in the Gallery 400 and the Architecture and Art Building.