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Aunspaugh Fellows Reunion at Fayerweather Gallery
Exhibit opens Nov. 7.

“Gunflake Standard Arms 9mm”
Rosemarie Fiore’s “Gunflake Standard Arms 9mm” is part of the Fayerweather Gallery exhibition, “Aunspaugh, 1984-2003,” which opens Nov. 7 with a lecture by Fiore, a 1995 Aunspaugh fellow.

Virginia-born artist Vivian L. Aunspaugh studied art in New York, Chicago, Paris and Rome. U.Va. students have benefited from her love of art through a bequest after her death in 1960, which provides scholarship support to studio art students to remain at U.Va. a year after graduation as fifth-year interns. As part of the program, fellows create a focused body of work for their graduate school application portfolios.

“Aunspaugh, 1984-2003,” an exhibit featuring current work by past and present Aunspaugh Fellows, opens at Fayerweather Gallery Nov. 7 and runs through Nov. 26.

Rosemarie Fiore, who was a fellow in 1995, will give a talk Nov. 7 at 5 p.m. Fiore received an M.F.A. from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and now works in New York. She will discuss her work, which focuses on the relationship between humanity and technology. A reception will follow.

Other participating Aunspaugh artists will give gallery talks in Fayerweather Hall Nov. 8.

For details about the exhibit or talks, call the McIntire Department of Art, 924-6123.


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