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Festival of the Arts at Queens

Senior Art Show

April  29, 2016  - May  7, 2016  4:00 PM  - 4:00 PMMax L. Jackson Gallery, Watkins Building

Price: Free

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Queens seniors from a variety of disciplines showcase original art, including painting, sculpture, graphic art and interior designs. This event is sponsored by the Art Department; the exhibit is also a learning experience, teaching students how to curate and display their work. 

Opening Reception: Friday, April 29
Arts Leadership and Administration majors presentations: 4-5 p.m.
Art students exhibit original work during the opening reception: 5-7 p.m.


Exhibition: April 29-May 7.

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