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Aunspaugh art fellows show work

Returning fifth-year Aunspaugh Fellows in the studio art program will show recent work in the art department’s new, temporary facilities behind Ruffner Hall, the Curry School of Education. The exhibit, which includes art by Alice Bailey, Ellen Gallup, Adam Moyer, Katherine Shirey, Alexander Stockwell and Colin Whitlow, will be on display Monday through Friday, Sept. 10-16 in the Dell I exhibit space, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

The Aunspaugh Fellowship program grants outstanding studio art students an opportunity to remain at U.Va. a year after graduation as fifth-year interns. They get their own studio space, giving them more time to create artwork that will strengthen their portfolios.

Studio art will occupy two buildings, Dell I and Dell II, until the new studio art building, officially named Ruffin Hall, is completed. Groundbreaking is set for fall 2005.


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