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News : Education Jan 10, 2013 - 10:41:59 AM


M.F.A. spring lecture series to share insights of accomplished artists

By Western Connecticut State University





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DANBURY, CT - The Western Connecticut State University Master of the Fine Arts program will hold its spring 2013 art slide lecture series during which a diverse array of established artists will share their expertise with the university’s graduate artists as the students prepare to launch their own artistic enterprises. The free lectures will commence in January and continue into April. The public is invited.

All lectures will be at 11 a.m. in Viewing Room 1 of White Hall on the university’s Midtown campus, 181 White St. in Danbury. Western’s M.F.A. in art program coordinator Margaret Grimes will be featured in the series for a faculty lecture during which she will discuss her retrospective exhibition to be displayed in the Higgins Gallery on the Midtown campus from Thursday, Feb. 14, through Thursday, March 14.

Schedule:

Tuesday, Jan. 22: Illustrator Nancy Stahl
Tuesday, Feb. 5: Illustrator/Sculptor James Grashow
Tuesday, Feb. 19: Historian/Curator/Writer Jennifer Samet
Tuesday, March 5: M.F.A. Coordinator Margaret Grimes
Thursday, March 21: Painter Hugh O’Donnell
Friday, April 5: Painter Don Kimes
Tuesday, April 23: Painter Susan Jane Walp




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