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Student art work on display
April 11, 1997

Two exhibits are showcasing the best in student art work.

The juried Student Scholarship Show, on display through April 18 at the Atrium Gallery in the Fine Arts Building, features the best works from students who enter the awards competition. Nearly $10,000 in awards and scholarships were given to students in studio art and art history.

The show covers the spectrum of art, including paintings, sculpture, ceramics, graphic design and illustrations, prints, photography and mixed media.

The show's judges are James Rondeau, assistant curator of contemporary art at The Wadsworth Atheneum in Hartford, and Paula Galluzzi, a free-lance designer who graduated from UConn with a degree in art in 1988.

The Atrium Gallery is open weekdays from 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

A sampling of the best works of art produced by students is on display at Jorgensen Gallery through May 18.

The Senior Show features works by students who are receiving bachelor of fine arts degrees. The works on display include paintings, drawings, graphic design and illustrations, sculpture, ceramics, prints and photographs.

Jorgensen Gallery is open weekdays from 9 a.m.-4 p.m.


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