Tyler Art Gallery to feature BFA work

photo sessionTyler Art Gallery at SUNY Oswego features original student work in a variety of media in the spring semester’s 2007 Bachelor of Fine Arts Exhibition from May 4 to 18.

Participation in the Bachelor of Fine Arts Exhibition fulfills graduation requirements for the bachelor of fine arts degree offered through the SUNY Oswego art department. Students have the option of the studio art or graphic design programs.

This year’s participants through the studio art major include Heather Bivens, Nadia Dropkin, Amanda Gaebel, Audrey McArdle, Carrie O’Brien, Brian Pacyliak, Erin Place, Millie Schmidt, Eric Sperber, Danielle Wilson and Allison Zeppetello.

Participants with a concentration in graphic design include Gina Cangemi, Kelsey Clark, Jackie Clements, Heather Enseleit, Erica Evans, Mike Francisco, Jedidiah Gardner, Amber Giarrizzo, Matthew Gibbs, Brian Kowalczyk, Dana Krissoff, Chris Manna, Megan Rogers, Ashley Rounsville, Itai Shperber, Alexandra Sorbello and Craig Wilwol.

Exhibitions and programs presented by Tyler Art Gallery are free and open to the public. Gallery hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays and 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. weekends.

Visitors with disabilities who need assistance to attend Tyler Art Gallery events may call the gallery office in advance at 312-2113.

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PHOTO CAPTION: Image ready—SUNY Oswego senior studio art major Erin Place (right) is among the students with work in the spring semester’s 2007 Bachelor of Fine Arts Exhibition at Tyler Art Gallery. The exhibition, as well as “Generations: Highlighting the MAT-Art Program,” will appear in the gallery through May 18. Place is working on experimental photography using a large-format view camera and Polaroid film negatives. Here Kim Irwin serves as the subject as Gordon Grange assists with the photo session.

(Posted: Apr 18, 2007)

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