The ninth annual student art exhibit begins Friday, March 16.
Part of the university’s Spectrum Series, “Affairs of the Art” will run until Friday, April 13, in the KOA Art Gallery of Blaisdell Hall. An opening reception with refreshments will take place from noon until 1 p.m. on March 16, in the KOA Speer Electronics Lobby of Blaisdell Hall. Both the show and the reception are free.
Richard Minard, visiting professor of art at Pitt-Bradford, will be hosting the art show this year.
“I was very impressed by the amount of really talented students here at Pitt-Bradford,” Minard said. “I hope to not just showcase student artwork but a diversity of student interests, processes and individual styles and forms of expression.”
More than 40 students will be featured this year with works expressed in simple, traditional and abstract art styles in the forms of ceramic, drawing, print-making, painting, digital photo, watercolor, pastel, charcoal and acrylic.
The following students will be featured in this year’s exhibition:
From Bradford, Stacy Gildersleeve, an interdisciplinary arts major; Max Asinger, a business management major; Toni Duzick, undeclared; Lauren Luciano, a criminal justice major; and Destiny Palmer-DeCasper, a hospitality management major; Ashlee Case, a pre-radiological science major from Olean, N.Y.; Jeremy Freer, a broadcast communication major from Cyclone; Megan Delhunty, a nursing major from Ridgway; and Nyssa Brumagin, an interdisciplinary arts major, Cassie Mashensic, a nursing major, and Christina Hall, a business management major, all from Warren;
Josh Anderson, a criminal justice major, Jennifer Teriberry, a social science major, Janelle Wilson, a pre-radiological science major, Tyler Labeski, a business management major, and Jodie Nelson, a chemistry major, all from Kane; Donald Cox, a sport and recreation management major from Bear, Del.; Tim Tran, a biology major from Northampton; Sierra Kelly, a psychology major from Claystown; Sidney Rice, a psychology major from Butler; Becky Alborn, a sports medicine major from New Castle; John Setzer, double majoring in accounting and business management from Hughesville; Mina Jiang, a pre-pharmacy major from Oakland Gardens, N.Y.;
Mary Gross, a sports medicine major from Ford City; Jennifer Trippett, double majoring in entrepreneurship and interdisciplinary arts from Lemont; Kelly DeRolf, a biology major from Carlisle; Samantha Marsh, a biology major from Kennedy, N.Y.; Daniel Taylor, a computer information system and technology major from Port Allegany; Charles Vandever and Jeffrey Pinchock, both environmental studies majors from Smethport; Revathi Jangiti, a biology major from Quakertown; Justine Dillon, a biology major from Emporium; Susan Thompson, a biology major from Roulette; and Kati Franklin, a Human Relations major from Coudersport.
The gallery is open from 8:30 a.m. until 8 p.m. Monday through Thursday and from 8:30 a.m. until 6 p.m. on Fridays. The art gallery is closed on Saturdays and Sundays.
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