Frostburg State University first-year student artists participating in the “Brush Strokes” learning community will present their works at a special exhibition entitled “Read You Like a Book,” opening at 4 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 11, on the third floor of the Lewis J. Ort Library.
The exhibit is part of the learning community’s focus on experimental education. It is being presented in collaboration with FSU library faculty members Pam Williams, MaryJo Price and Judy Gaydos. The basis for each student’s artistic work is on a hard-back book. Each student is limited to a total of eight square feet of display space to present a personal interpretation of the book. Students are also responsible for all aspects of the exhibit, including public relations, set-up and catering.
This activity marks the third year of student exhibits mounted by the Visual Arts learning community, a connected learning experience that focuses on an investigation of the Bachelor of Fine Arts degree.
For more information about the exhibit, call 301-687-4173.
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