State Summer School of the Arts students to exhibit work

Tyler Art Gallery and Waterman Theatre will display for the public on Friday, July 29, media arts pieces of students attending the New York State Summer School of the Arts at the college.

'Full Moon' by Kate Timm.A companion exhibition will include the visual arts pieces of SUNY Oswego faculty. The show was conceived as a convenient gallery viewing experience for the 40 NYSSSA students and others enrolled in summer courses on campus.

The public may attend the free faculty and student exhibitions 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. July 29.

Tyler Hall’s south gallery will show the works of full- and part-time SUNY Oswego faculty and professional staff in ceramics, digital media, drawing, painting and photography. The faculty art exhibition can be viewed by appointment July 5 to 28. To visit, call 312-2113 or 312-2112.

On July 29, Tyler Hall’s north gallery will feature the photography and computer graphic arts displays of NYSSSA students, while their film and video presentations will show in Waterman Theatre, on the lower level between the gallery’s two wings.

The New York State Summer School of the Arts offers intensive pre-professional summer training programs in ballet, choral studies, dance, media arts, orchestral studies, theatre and visual arts. Nationally known media artist Robert Harris is artistic director for the July 3 to 29 school for the media arts at SUNY Oswego.

PHOTO CAPTION: July exhibition—The oil-on-canvas “Full Moon” by Kate Timm, who manages educational media for SUNY Oswego’s art department, will join the visual arts works of other SUNY Oswego faculty and professional staff July 5 to 29 in Tyler Hall Art Gallery’s south wing. The display will be open by appointment at 312-2113 or 312-2112; it is intended as a companion exhibition to a July 29 display of media arts works of students attending the New York State Summer School of the Arts. A free public viewing of both exhibitions will take place 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday, July 29.

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(Posted: Jun 28, 2011)

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