April 13, 2006

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School’s out, art’s in
Come see what the kids learn in college

By Robert Greene rgreene@hippopress.com

School is almost out and local students want to show you they have learned a thing or two.

Beginning Saturday, April 22, two exhibits will showcase the work of students graduating from the University of New Hampshire’s Department of Art and Art History in Durham. The 2006 Senior B.A. and B.F.A. Exhibition and the 2006 M.F.A. Thesis Exhibition (I) both offer paintings, ceramics, sculpture, photography, drawing, printmaking and furniture design. The artists will be present for a free preview reception on Friday, April 21, from 6 to 8 p.m.

The 2006 Senior B.A. and B.F.A. Exhibition (open until May 20) will showcase the work of students including Shane Chick, Adam D. Getz, Rachel Huckins, Sara Korpi, Bethany Lowe,  Kathleen McCaffery, Alexis McConnell, Erin Elizabeth Miley, Kate E. Muckenhirn, Rebecca O’Brien Pani and Brandy Reeves. In addition, a special installation will feature art by Thomas C. Call of Windham; Sofie H. Larsen of Durham; Kathryn Niboli of Newport; Toby M. Schreier of Portsmouth; and Rebecca Simpson of Dover.

Photographer Call’s triptych collages of black-and-white images highlight spacial relationships found in natural and man-made environments.

Meanwhile, at the master’s level, the 2006 M.F.A. Thesis Exhibition, which features the work of candidates Justin Augspurg and Julie Lucca, will explore the use of color and expressive movement. The 2006 M.F.A. Thesis Exhibition will be on view through May 3.

Both shows free and open to the public at UNH-Durham’s Art Gallery, in the Paul Creative Arts Center.

The Art Gallery is open during the academic year: Monday through Wednesday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Thursday, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.; and Saturday and Sunday, 1 to 5 p.m.; closed Fridays and on May 4 through 9, and during university holidays. For more information on the exhibitions and programs, contact The Art Gallery at 862-3712.


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Weekly programs offered in conjunction with the current exhibitions include the ArtBreak Series, running Wednesdays, noon – 1 p.m., at the Paul Creative Arts Center (PCAC).

April 26:  Gallery Talk by Bachelor of Fine Arts candidates Thomas C. Call, Sofie H. Larsen, Kathryn Niboli, Toby M. Schreier, and Rebecca Simpson. The Art Gallery

May 3: Gallery Talk: by exhibiting M.F.A. candidates Justin Augspurg and Julie Lucca. The Art Gallery

May 10: Gallery Talk: by exhibiting M.F.A. candidates Andrea Hagy and Eun-Shin Kim. The Art Gallery

The exhibitions and programs are supported in part by the Friends of The Art Gallery. Guided group tours for schools and other organizations are available with advance reservation by contacting Catherine Wright, education and publicity coordinator, at 603-862-3713 or  catherine.wright@unh.edu. For more information on the exhibitions and programs, contact The Art Gallery at 603-862-3712, art.gallery@unh.edu, or visit www.unh.edu/art-gallery.


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