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February 23rd, 2005 by Adam


   

Plymouth State University students will show off their
creative talents in March during the Karl Drerup Art Gallery’s annual
Juried Student Exhibition
, March 9 – April 9 in the lobby of the Silver
Cultural Arts Center
.


   

“The exhibit’s primary goal is to provide a professional opportunity for
students of any major enrolled in art courses at PSU to exhibit their work,”
says Professor Bill Haust. “Students have an outstanding opportunity to show
their work to a large viewing audience as well as for the community to
celebrate the success and achievement of art students.”


   

The show is coordinated by gallery director Dr. Catherine Amidon and a
student steering committee. External jurors are selected to judge student
submissions in order to provide a more objective selection process. The show
includes work done in many media, including painting, drawing, photography
and sculpture.


   
An opening
reception will be held at Silver on Wednesday, March 9 from 4 to


6 p.m.


   
The Silver
Cultural Arts Center lobby is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 6
p.m. and weekends from noon to 6 p.m.

For more information about the exhibit, call (603) 535-2614.

 

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