On Wednesday evening, the NMSU Department of Art came together to host a huge party! The three graduating MFA students Cassandra Dixon, Andrea Luella Gohl, and Katy Stuckel showcased their artwork in the University Art Gallery for the show Subjects to Change. There was a lot going on around the building and campus also at the same time! In the entrance to D.W. Williams Hall, the ceramics, printmaking, and metals groups had an art sale, talented musician Tiffany Christopher rocked us all night long on the patio, and the local Food Truck Fiesta slung out food for all of our visitors. In addition, the Friends of the University Art Gallery set up booths to offer discounts on memberships for the art gallery! Meanwhile, the graduating BFA students had their opening exhibition over in Wells Hall, and hosted a scavenger hunt to get visitors around the different events on campus. Overall, this was a record-breaking event with over 800 guests! Thank you to all of those who planned, participated, and visited!