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ANNUAL STUDENT ART SHOW OPENS AT WELLS COLLEGE
Works by College's Art Students to be Exhibited

Aurora, New York - A wide-ranging group of artwork will be on display in Wells College’s String Room Gallery from January 29 – March 5. Artwork produced by students enrolled in Studio and Book Arts classes during the Fall 2013 semester will be shown. The annual student art exhibition is free and the public is cordially invited to view the show. An opening reception with refreshments will be held on Wednesday, January 29 from 6 - 8 pm, providing an opportunity to meet the student artists.
Media represented include ceramics, sculpture, painting, drawing, photography, and book arts. The exhibition features notable examples from introductory to advanced courses taught by Michael Bixler, Barbara Galli, Ted Lossowski, Laura Rowley, and Katie Waugh. The String Room Gallery is located just inside the entrance of Main Building on the Wells College Campus. Hours are Monday through Friday from 1 to 5 pm, and Saturday and Sunday from 1 to 4 pm. For more information about the show at Wells, please contact Professor Katie Waugh at 315 364 3237.

Wells College is a nationally recognized private coeducational liberal arts college located in Aurora, New York, on the eastern shore of Cayuga Lake. It was established in 1868 by Henry Wells, founder of the Wells Fargo and American Express Companies. The College is known as an exceptional value, pairing top quality academic programs with affordable tuition. Wells boasts small class sizes, an extensive experiential learning program, and a wide range of off-campus study options. The academic program allows students substantial freedom to create individually unique educational experiences. Small, smart, and connected to the world around it, Wells is currently strengthening its off-campus study offerings and introducing new athletics programs.

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January 2014




 
 


 

Annual Exhibition
of Student Work

January 29 - March 5, 2014

 

 

 

 

 

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