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Apr 18 2016 - 2:45pm

 

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“Elmo is Dead” by Sophia Eisenbart

 

For the first time ever APSU will join Vanderbilt University, Watkins College of Art and Design and MTSU in showcasing Middle Tennessee’s finest undergraduate artworks in the heart of Nashville as part of Cummins Station and Track 13’s Annual Student Exhibition in the heart of Nashville. This exhibition will feature the fine work of 8 APSU Studio Art students and showcase a wide range of media. Located next to the Frist Center for Visual Arts in the heart of Nashville, this exhibit is organized by the Cummins Station’s Community Arts Program

The opening reception for this exhibition is next Friday, April 22nd from 4-7pm and the exhibit will be on display for the next year.

Address: 209 10th Ave South, Nashville, TN 37203

Participating students:

·      Sophia Eisenbart – Large-scale collage

·      Zach Felts – Drawings

·      Amber Briggs – Sculpture

·      Kelli Rohling – Sculpture

·      Khari Turner – Sculpture

·      Sara Straussberger – Photograph

·      Amy Dean – Drawings

·      Josh Hooper – Oil paintings

For questions contact:
Paul Collins: collinsp@apsu.edu

Apr 11 2016 - 8:58am

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Two of Professor Susan Bryant’s images have been selected into A Smith Gallery’s “wet plate” national juried exhibit May 6 – July 3, 2016. This is one of the two accepted photographs. It is titled, Italian Gesture #41, 2015. It is a digital print made from a scan of a wet plate collodion tintype. Asmithgallery.com

Apr 7 2016 - 2:51pm

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Nicole Santoyo, Macon St. Hilaire, and Matt Watkins (pictured from left to right) present their research and creative projects at the National Council on Undergraduate Research held in Asheville, NC April 7-10, 2016.