April Issue 2000
Francis Marion University in Florence, SC, Features Works by Richard Rose and FMU Art Students
The Francis Marion University Art Gallery Series, in Florence, SC, will feature the exhibit The Metaphorical House: Traditional and Digital Prints by Richard Townsend Rose as well as works by FMU drawing, painting and ceramics students through May 6, 2000.
The 20-piece Rose exhibit will be shown in the Hyman Fine Arts Center 2-D Gallery. Rose has been an associate professor of art at the University of South Carolina since 1989 and is currently serving as head of the studio art division where he teaches design and illustration. He has studied at the North Carolina School for the Arts, Pratt Institute, and Virginia Commonwealth University, where he was awarded a bachelor of fine arts. In 1980, he received the master of arts degree from the University of California, Berkeley. Rose's extensive resumé includes most recent awards from the USC Venture Fund (1999), First Prize in the 1999 Pace Exhibition in Wauconda, IL, and the 1999 Design Competition Winner for the Cooper River Bridge Run in Charleston.
Works by students enrolled in the advanced ceramics course are on display in the Hyman Fine Arts Center 3-D Gallery. On exhibit in the Smith University Center Gallery are drawings and paintings by FMU art students.
For further information check our SC Institutional
Gallery listings or call 843/661-1220 or on the web at (http://www.fmarion.edu/famc/artscal.htm).
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