Visual and Performing Arts Undergraduate Exhibit Opens February 2

Visual and Performing Arts Undergraduate Exhibit Opens February 2


February 1, 2012



Information:  Amy Appler

                       Daemen College Visual &

                       Performing Arts Department




The Visual & Performing Arts Undergraduate Exhibit opens Thursday, February 2, 2012, in the Fanette Goldman-Carolyn Greenfield Gallery on the Daemen campus. The opening reception will be held 4-6 p.m., February 2, in the Goldman-Greenfield Gallery. An award ceremony begins at 4:30. The exhibit runs through February 13.


The exhibit is open to the work of Visual & Performing Arts freshmen, sophomores, and juniors. Students generally submit one or two works in a variety of media, including (but not limited to) painting, drawing, printmaking, or sculpture. 


1st and 2nd honors are awarded to students from each class; the best figurative work of art receives the Floydie Award. The award is presented in honor of the late Floyd Burd, who for many years, modeled for Daemen as well as other local college art departments.  Burd recently passed away. 


In addition, the Sister Jeanne File Art History Award is also presented, given to a student who has demonstrated excellence in art history. 

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