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Graphic Design Students to Exhibit Art, Photography During ‘First Friday’

Emily C. Bigger, of Trout Run, is the first among a series of graphic design students to exhibit their art/photography work at the Community Arts Center on First Friday. She is showing selected photographs from the Fine Art Photography course in the arts center’s Collegetown Gallery, 220 W. Fourth St. The Penn College community is encouraged to support students in the series; Bigger’s work was displayed in the front lobby from 6-9 p.m. Feb. 1, then moved to the second floor for the remainder of the month.

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