Concord University Professors And Former Students Featured In Tamarack’s ‘Continuum’ Art Exhibition
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CONCORD UNIVERSITY PROFESSORS AND FORMER STUDENTS
FEATURED IN TAMARACK’S ‘CONTINUUM’ ART EXHIBITION
ATHENS, W.Va. – Three Concord University art professors and their former students are exhibiting their work in “Continuum,” an exhibition at TAMARARCK: The Best of West Virginia in Beckley, W.Va. The show runs through April 3, 2016.
An artists reception will be held on Sunday, March 13 at 3 p.m. in the David L. Dickirson Fine Arts Gallery. The reception is open to the public at no charge.
“Continuum” celebrates “the enduring connection between mentor and student.” The art education showcase features the work of six collegiate professors who live and work in West Virginia alongside the art of a former student.
The following professor/former student pairs are part of “Continuum”: Jamey Biggs and Mandy Lester, Concord University; Sonya Evanisko and Sarah Loy, Shepherd University; Mary Grassell and Brian Jarrell, Marshall University; Mark Tobin Moore and Nicole Suptic, Concord University; Jack Sheffler and Kylene Babski, Concord University; and Robert Villamagna and Jonathan Walsh, West Liberty University.
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