’89 Faculty Show

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Sun, Nov 19, 1989 through Thu, Dec 14, 1989

More than 50 works by 14 faculty artists run the gamut from watercolor, oil, ceramics, and fabric to mixed media, sculptures, charcoal drawings and video. The exhibition presents an excellent opportunity to see new work by these highly respected members of the university community and to obtain an overview of some of the modern and post-modern issues in the art of the 1980s.

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