A rotating exhibit featuring the works of five graduating seniors majoring in art and digital media studies at Tarleton State University opens today at the Clyde H. Wells Fine Arts Center Gallery and continues through Dec. 7.

To facilitate the number of graduating seniors, there will be three shows—all are free and open to the public. The rotating format allows the artists to showcase a cohesive portfolio in their field of study.

Show dates and exhibitors are:

· Nov. 15-18 — Michael Ruiz Jr., paintings of sports figures in unique and thoughtful ways.

· Nov. 21-29 — Angelica Carlisle, digital illustrations that deal with the nature of place, and Meghan Dahlke, research focusing on art therapy.

· Nov. 30 -Dec. 7 — Ken­neth Lowery, graphic design work, and Alex Adame. work representing a modern retelling of classical fairy tales.

“The art and digitial media studies program is proud of its seniors and the diversity of the types of research our students are doing this year,” said Chris Ireland, senior advisor and art professor at Tarleton. “The seniors have worked very hard in getting their work ready for these exhibitions, and I think you will that each senior has a signature style and approach. They are self-motivated and engaged in their fields at a professional level.”

The Wells Fine Arts Center Gallery is open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays.