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October 2, 2003

ULM Instructor Has Works Purchased

Camille Jungman, instructor in art history in the Division of Art at ULM, has had works purchased for the Claiborne Collection in Baton Rouge. The Claiborne Collection is the first project of the Louisiana Percent for Art Program, which places public art in and around state buildings.

Ms. Jungman's photographs purchased for this collection are silverprints titled, "Portrait of Mr., Joe Moser", "Portrait of Mary Evans", and "Portrait of Cliff Stinson" all from her "Louisiana Works and Days" portfolio of environmental portraits.

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