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Reception, gallery talk close well-regarded exhibit


Immersed in his work, Ferraro engages the gallery crowd.
Immersed in his work, Ferraro engages the gallery crowd.
Echoing the multi-directional exhibit, patrons take divergent paths to appreciation.
Echoing the multi-directional exhibit, patrons take divergent paths to appreciation.
Interactive exhibit, interactive creator
Interactive exhibit, interactive creator
But is it art? Yes, it most certainly is!
But is it art? Yes, it most certainly is!
Ferraro discusses his work, as a popular exhibit comes to a close.
Ferraro discusses his work, as a popular exhibit comes to a close.

The campus community turned out for Thursday’s closing of “Every Which Way,” a collection of mailable sculptures and interactive installations by Abraham Ferraro, on display in The Gallery at Penn College for the past month. The final day included a free, public reception from 4:30 to 6:30 and a talk by the artist at 5:30. Next on the gallery’s season schedule are a pair of exhibits featuring the work of graphic design majors (April 30 to May 10) and students in the building science and sustainable design program (May 16-23).
Photos by Rachel A. Eirmann, student photographer

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