'Generations III' to link artwork of teaching candidates, mentors, students

The artwork of master of arts teaching candidates will hang alongside that of their student teaching mentors and their K-12 students in “Generations III,” an exhibition starting March 23 in Tyler Art Gallery.

The three-generation display will celebrate teaching and art, opening with in a free opening reception from 5 to 7 p.m. at Tyler Hall Art Gallery. It will run through April 14.

“Generations III” will show in the gallery’s north wing concurrently with the “Spring Master of Art Thesis Exhibition,” featuring the works of graduate students Michelle Bennett and David Stone, in the south.

The following MAT candidates are eligible to exhibit in “Generations III”: Jeremy Blackburn and Kelley Sheldon of Oswego, Lauren Burke and Alicia Pierce of Baldwinsville, Marissa Hill and Cheri Cira of Fulton, Alesha Hall of Scottsville, Katherine Walseman of Carthage, Kristi Danker of Weedsport, David Webster of Glens Falls, Kyle Zehr of Beaver Falls, William Haining of Skaneateles, Dianka LeRoux of Webster, Alexa Martin of Wolcott and Lindsey Scott of East Syracuse.

Jacquelyn Kibbey, associate professor of curriculum and instruction, coordinates the exhibition.

Tyler Art Galley is open 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesdays through Saturdays. Admission is free, with donations appreciated. For more information, call 312-2112.

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(Posted: Mar 09, 2012)

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