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LEWISBURG, Pa. — Several Bucknell University students and alumni are exhibiting their art work at the University of Dallas through March.
The exhibit is part of an exchange exhibit of printmaking work, organized by Rosalyn Richards, professor of art at Bucknell.
As an artist-in-residence at the University of Dallas in Irving, Texas, last fall, Richards worked with graduate students and presented a slide lecture about her work on exhibit at the gallery there. As part of the residency, the students printed two editions of her prints, including one made while in residence at the University of Dallas campus.
Richards says, "An exciting result of this collaboration was a student exchange exhibit of printmaking work. This allows for the lively exchange of ideas between two campuses, and the students I selected from Bucknell will have their work exhibited at another university.
"The University of Dallas students will be sending their work here in March," she said.
Bucknell alumni featured in the exhibit are Kelly Hoffstettler, who graduated in 2004, and 2005 graduates Parker Terrill and Phebe Taylor. Bucknell students exhibiting their work are graduate student John Adimando, seniors Lanyn Clark, Matt Gorney, Nick Mauritz and Christophe Richard, junior Theodore Will Arnold and sophomores Erin Doyle, Shawna Rowan and Alison Schaffer.
Story posted Jan. 13, 2006