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Art department hosts ‘Terminal' exhibition

The Austin Peay State University Department of Art and Center of Excellence for the Creative Arts will present an exhibition titled, Terminal: New Media Practices.

The exhibit is open in the Trahern Gallery and will close on Sunday, Nov. 18. The exhibit is free and open to the public.

The exhibit includes works in sound, video interactivity, animation and digital prints and is curated by Professor of Art Barry Jones.
The Austin Peay State University Department of Art and Center of Excellence for the Creative Arts will present an exhibition titled, “Terminal: New Media Practices.”

The exhibit is open in the Trahern Gallery and will close on Sunday, Nov. 18. The exhibit is free and open to the public.

The exhibit includes works in sound, video interactivity, animation and digital prints and is curated by Professor of Art Barry Jones.

The artists in this exhibition represent new media practices both nationally and internationally. Guest artists include Alan Bigelow, Gregory Chatonsky, Jason DeMarte, Peter Horvath, Jillian McDonald, Julie Roberts, Chris Robinson, Chris Scarborough, Jason Sloan, Lorraine Walsh, Jill Wissmiller and Jody Zellen.

This exhibition also marks the launch of an Internet art gallery by the Center for the Creative Arts and the department of art, directed and organized by Jones. The Web site, www.TERMINALapsu.org, will be dedicated to artworks that are made to be viewed on the Internet and that rely on the interactivity and technology of the Internet for viewing and experiencing.

“As technology becomes a more and more important part of our daily lives, its place in the art world has become more important. ‘Terminal' displays some of the avenues that artists are exploring,” Jones said.

For more information on the exhibit and gallery hours, contact the APSU Department of Art by telephone at (931) 221-7333. -- Jessica Baird