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Cabinetmaking Students to Exhibit Projects at 202 Gallery


Students in cabinetmaking classes at Pennsylvania College of Technology will display their “capstone” projects in an exhibit scheduled for May 8-19 at the College’s 202 Gallery.

“Working Wood: Cabinetmaking and Millwork at Penn College” will include a variety of projects designed and built by the students, including wall cabinets, dressers, tall clocks, blanket chests and desks.

Faculty sponsors for the show are William F. Geyer, assistant professor of building construction technology, and William T. Goddard, instructor of construction technology.

An opening reception to meet the artists will be held Tuesday, May 8, from 3:30 to 5 p.m. at the 202 Gallery, located at the south end of the second floor of the Alvin C. Bush Campus Center.

To schedule viewing appointments at other times, please call (570) 326-3761, ext 7491.

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