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Feb. 10, 2003

ULM Faculty Art Works on Exhibit

Two Art faculty members at The University of Louisiana at Monroe have been invited to participate in "A Regional Tale of Two Cities," an invitational group exhibition of creative photography currently on view at the Masur Museum of Art, 1400 South Grand Street, in Monroe. Eight photographers from Monroe and Ruston are participating in this exhibition located on the second floor galleries of the museum, while the main floor galleries are displaying "A Tale of Two Cities," photographs by New York historical artist Bernice Abbott and her mentor Parisian Eugene Atget.

ULM is represented by Eugene Hayes, Assistant Professor in Photography. He is displaying six landscape digital color prints from his "drive-by shooting" series; and Joni Noble, instructor in art education, who is showing three monumental landscape digital achromatic prints from her "Holga" series.

Both photo exhibitions will be on view through March 5. The Masur Museum is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesdays through Thursdays and 2 to 5 p.m. Fridays through Sundays.

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