Student exhibition brightens Tyler Art Gallery
Tyler Art Gallery showcases student creations in its fall 2004 Bachelor of Fine Arts Exhibition from Nov. 5 to Dec. 10.
The exhibition opened with a public reception for the artists from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday, Nov. 5, in Tyler Hall.
Sponsored by the Student Association’s Art Exhibition Committee, the BFA exhibition features recent original artwork in a variety of media by 26 students.
Participating studio art majors include Katie Atkinson, Stephen Brucker, Justin Como, Laura Kuryla, Rich Mulye, Suzanne Ray, Melanie Shaw and Andrea Verescak.
Graphic design students with work in the exhibition include Molly Angie, Lindsy Aragona, Mackenzie Baker, Daniel Baroody, Jillian Beroza, Anthony Candela, Carter Coleman, David Fults, Amanda Haas, Crystal Hanehan, Erin Hapgood, Adam Hoe, Dennis McMahon, Alfred Rainbow, Elizabeth Roberts, Erin Ryan, Patrese Santiago, Omar Vernon and John Woolschlager.
Participation in the exhibition fulfills graduation requirements for the bachelor of fine arts degree offered through the SUNY Oswego art department. Students have the option of programs in either studio art or graphic design.
Exhibitions and programs presented by Tyler Art Gallery are free and open to the public. Persons with disabilities who need assistance to attend this event should call the gallery at 312-2113.
Gallery hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays and 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. weekends. It will be closed Nov. 24 to 28 for Thanksgiving break.
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PHOTO CAPTION: Branching out—Senior studio art major Stephen Brucker works on his self-portrait, in the shape of a tree, in preparation of the Bachelor of Fine Arts exhibition. The exhibition runs through Dec. 10 in Tyler Art Gallery.
(Posted: Oct 28, 2004)