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Gallery Hosts Student Ceramic Work

Artistic and whimsical co-exist in student ceramics exhibit A coil form by Drew D. Schoenberger, a manufacturing engineering technology major from Lititz A thrown pitcher is among the pieces by Danielle M. Coakley, of Howard, a graphic communications management student The Gallery at Penn College hosted an exhibit of student ceramic work in its lobby this past week. The exhibit featured Ceramics I and Ceramics II students, taught by Max E. Ameigh, part-time instructor of advertising art. The exhibit was held on the third floor of the Madigan Library.(Photos by Phillip C. Warner, student writer-photographer)

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