Glass sculpture is hot exhibit
“Form and Light: Contemporary Glass Sculpture from Southeastern Artists” is on exhibit in the Fine Arts Gallery through Oct. 11.
(Sep 25, 2006) — “Form and Light: Contemporary Glass Sculpture from Southeastern Artists” is on exhibit
in the Fine Arts Gallery through Oct. 11.
Contemporary glass has attained recognition by museums around the world as a major art form in the past 25 years. The exhibition is being organized by Roberta Griffin and Naomi Stuecker‚ glass artist and curator.
For information on gallery lectures‚ call 770−499−3223. The Fine Arts Gallery‚ located in the Wilson Building‚ is open Monday − Thursday 11 a.m. − 3 p.m.‚ and Wednesday and Thursday 7−9 p.m.
Photos: Matt Janke Glass Studios recently held a glass blowing demonstration on campus.
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