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Opening Reception Held for Faculty Art Exhibit

Sculpture frames artist and patron Gallery patrons view faculty work Max Ameigh's work among featured pieces Faculty art showcased at gallery reception An opening reception for the first exhibit at The Gallery at Penn College, featuring work by 14 full- and part-time art faculty, was held Tuesday in Room 303 of the Madigan Library . The show runs through Sept. 24. ( Photos by Phillip C. Warner, student writer-photographer)

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