• The Human Exceptionalities degree program truly widened my view on the education system and the best ways to serve students that are differently-abled. My professors were willing to go above and beyond to make sure that I was
    prepared to continue and obtain my master’s degree. As a second year OT student, I am able to have a different viewpoint and see my clients from multiple perspectives due to my Human Exceptionalities degree.
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Knoxville’s “Striped Light” founders to be featured at Omega Art Gallery exhibit, Sept. 27

Campus News | September 19, 2016

“Isabel” the shop dog of Striped Light helps to display various works by the Knoxville business. Striped Light founders Bryan Baker, Jason Boardman and Sarah Shebaro will be the feature of a Carson-Newman art exhibit opening Sept. 27.

(Sept. 19, 2016) –Carson-Newman University’s Omega Art Gallery will open a new exhibit Sept. 27 featuring the founders and owners of Knoxville’s Striped Light. A public reception will be held from 3-5 p.m. that same day.

The three-person exhibit showcases the work of Bryan Baker, Jason Boardman and Sarah Shebaro. The trio makes up Striped Light, which specializes in letterpress, design, and music recording. The exhibit will run through Oct. 21.

The Omega Gallery is open Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and is located on the ground floor of the University's Warren Art Building. Admission is free. Click here for more information.