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May 31, 2007

Art faculty members participate in invitational group exhibition at Snyder Museum

The Division of Art faculty members of the University of Louisiana at Monroe are currently showing an invitational group exhibition at the Snyder Museum in Bastrop.

This exhibition includes utilitarian ceramics by Gary Ratcliff, paintings by Robert Ward, advertising art by Brian Fassett, drawings by Cliff Tresner, photographs by Richard Hayes, paintings and photographs by Joni Noble, original prints by Jason Clark, utilitarian ceramics by Wayne Horton, and mixed media photographs by Camille Jungman.

"In addition to being a multimedia presentation by professional practicing and exhibiting artists, the Snyder showing also allows for student recruitment from Morehouse Parish," said Robert G. Ward, ULM professor of art.

The ULM exhibition will be on view through September 7. Located at 1620 E. Madison Avenue in Bastrop, the Snyder is open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesdays through Fridays.

For more information, contact: (318) 281-8760.

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