Students, faculty work on display in ‘Hung Together’ exhibition at Gallery 210
Gallery 210 at the University of Missouri-St. Louis is pleased to present “Hung Together,” an exhibition featuring artwork from both UMSL faculty and student artists that will run from April 13 until May 11 in Gallery A.
UMSL School of Fine and Performing Arts faculty members and their BFA candidate students have worked together to create the pieces in this exhibition. Faculty artwork includes works from Jennifer Fisher, Jeffrey Sippel, Dan Younger, Steve Delay, Linda Bangert, Jennifer McKnight, Snail Scott, Mike Behle, Phillip Robinson and Kenneth Anderson.
Fisher, a joint faculty member in the Department of Art and Design and the College of Education, focuses on art and gifted education. Fisher’s work, “On the Day You Were Born,” reflects the first page of a children’s book titled “Little Ones.”
Sippel, a printmaker, specializes in waterless lithography: a process that utilizes water-repellent silicone rubber plates. One of Sippel’s works on display will be “Iris,” a polyester plate lithograph.
Anderson, a professor of art, teaches studio classes in painting and drawing as well as art history courses. He involved his students in the installation of their own artwork for the exhibition.
“The Climate of My Mind,” an exhibition featuring students of the National Society of Arts and Letters, will also run from April 13 through May 11 in Gallery 210. An opening reception for both exhibitions will be held from 5-7 p.m. on Saturday, April 13.
These exhibitions are made possible through the generous support of the UMSL College of Arts and Sciences.
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