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Carson-Newman Art Profs to exhibit artwork

The University's Biennial Art Faculty Exhibit will be held in the Omega Gallery.

The University’s Biennial Art Faculty Exhibit will be held in the Omega Gallery.

Carson-Newman University’s 11th Biennial Art Faculty Exhibition opens Friday, Sept. 6, with a public reception from 3 to 5 p.m. in the Omega Gallery located in C-N’s Warren Art Building.

The exhibit features new artwork made within the last two years by Carson-Newman’s five full-time Art professors and two adjunct art professors: Chad Airhart, Lisa Flanary, William C. Houston, Julie L. Rabun, Raquel Roy, David Underwood, and Mark Wankel.

The show includes paintings, drawings, art furniture, photography, graphic design and mixed-media artworks.

The exhibition will be on display through October 11 during regular gallery hours (Mon. through Fri., 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.).

Carson-Newman offers bachelor degrees in art and photography, both with traditional fine art foundations within a four-year liberal arts program. C-N is an institutional member of the National Association of Schools of Art and Design.

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