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 ENDANGERMENT EXTINCTION & DECAY  While I was the President of the Scientific Illustration Club at SCAD, the club members and I designed an end of the academic year exhibition. Our last project study was about endangered and extinct species, and we decided to extend that idea into the exhibitions theme. Altogether, the exhibition contained a variety of majors. My role was to advertise the exhibition through call for entries posters and personal invitation cards with original illustrations and poster designs. In addition to the advertising and conceptualization, I collaborated with fellow SCAD student Suzanne Morgan, on an installation that was the first interaction in the exhibition. 
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 ENDANGERMENT EXTINCTION & DECAY  While I was the President of the Scientific Illustration Club at SCAD, the club members and I designed an end of the academic year exhibition. Our last project study was about endangered and extinct species, and we decided to extend that idea into the exhibitions theme. Altogether, the exhibition contained a variety of majors. My role was to advertise the exhibition through call for entries posters and personal invitation cards with original illustrations and poster designs. In addition to the advertising and conceptualization, I collaborated with fellow SCAD student Suzanne Morgan, on an installation that was the first interaction in the exhibition. 
ENDANGERMENT EXTINCTION & DECAYWhile I was the President of the Scientific Illustration Club at SCAD, the club members and I designed an end of the academic year exhibition. Our last project study was about endangered and extinct species, and we decided to extend that idea into the exhibitions theme. Altogether, the exhibition contained a variety of majors. My role was to advertise the exhibition through call for entries posters and personal invitation cards with original illustrations and poster designs. In addition to the advertising and conceptualization, I collaborated with fellow SCAD student Suzanne Morgan, on an installation that was the first interaction in the exhibition. 
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