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Southern supports human expression through art gallery


J’Mari Hughes—Reporter On Wednesday, Feb. 13, the art department held its annual opening reception of the Ceramic Collection in Buley Library and unveiled its new pieces into the collection from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Art professor and gallery director Cort Sierpinski said while some pieces were made local, others are national and international, coming from countries like Mexico, Sweden

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“Senior Senior Show” gallery holds art from senior citizen students


Dylan Haviland – Arts & Entertainment Editor  Van Nguyen’s black and white charcoal drawing portrayed two soldiers illustrated in great detail against a blurry field. The soldiers have their rifles slung across their shoulders with one supporting his companion by holding his arm. Nguyen’s artwork is a part of the “Senior Senior Show,” a gallery of paintings, drawings and sculptures from

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Buley art gallery to provide new exhibits


Max Bickley – General Assignment Reporter Just earlier this year SCSU was finally able to hold the grand opening for the new Buley library on campus. As well, students were also able to go to the basement level and explore a new art gallery. Its premier exhibit followed many of the university’s art exhibitions which commemorated the 100th anniversary of the

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Art education alumni showcases ‘River of Time’ gallery


Dylan Haviland – General Assignment Reporter  Anne Doris- Eisner’s self-portrait strayed from the norm audiences usually expect when exhibiting artwork.  Doris- Eisner, an art education alumni from Southern Connecticut State University, featured pieces included the work titled ‘River of Time.’ ‘River of Time’ requires a closer look to fully take in the work, the piece flows with bold black and

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Artist paints outside the lines for “The Seen and Unseen” collection


Jene Thomas – General Assignment Reporter  During art classes in the earlier school years, children are taught to stay within the lines. In their coloring books, there’s a black outline of where to color and they try not to pass that line. Artist Tracie Cheng broke that rule. The Lyman Center of Southern Connecticut State University now displays Cheng’s latest

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