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Annual Wilson College Juried Student Art Exhibition Opens March 29

Wilson College will hold a reception at 2:00 p.m. on Wednesday, March 29, to mark the opening of the Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition. The show, presented by Arts at Wilson, will continue through April 21 in the Bogigian Gallery on the second floor of Lortz Hall.

The exhibition provides a venue for Wilson students to share their creative work with the community. The show will feature drawings, paintings, graphic design, ceramics, photographs, and mixed-media artwork with a wide array of subject matter and content.

This year’s juror is Ashley Gogoj, a local artist and Art & Design Program Chair at Carlisle Area High School. Ms. Gogoj holds a bachelor’s in art education from Kutztown University, a master’s in teaching and curriculum from Penn State University, and a K-12 art supervisor certification from Penn State University. Her students’ artwork is regularly accepted into Wilson’s annual juried high school student art exhibition.

The Bogigian Gallery is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Admission is free. For additional information or an appointment, contact Professor of Fine Arts Philip Lindsey at 717-264-2783 or philip.lindsey@wilson.edu.

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