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EOU junior art majors shine in debut exhibition
La GRANDE, Ore. – Eastern Oregon University (EOU) is pleased to announce that junior art majors will be presenting current work in their debut exhibition, “in the midst,” at Art Center East in La Grande, Oregon. The featured artists will include: Tess Cahill, Jason Hogge, Kay Kellogg, Julia Luty, Cira Mesubed, Summit Nell, Megan Philips, Mckenna Stallings
The annual EOU Junior Exhibition at Art Center East marks a significant step on the path of each student involved. While this group is cohesive in their shared academic experience, the variety of their artistic processes and distinct creative interests result in a group exhibition which celebrates individual expression. Through concentrated research, writing, and studio exploration, these juniors have each begun to develop a cohesive and focused body of work.
This exhibition would not be possible with the EOU’s ongoing partnership and collaboration with Art Center East, which continues to support artists at every stage of development and enrich our diverse arts community.
For more information, contact Susan Murrell in the EOU Art Department at firstname.lastname@example.org or Art Center East at 541-624-2800.
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