Thirty-three works of art are displayed through nine different mediums at the Kauffman Gallery’s newest exhibit.
By: Bernadette Koff
SHIPPENSBURG- The Associated Artists of Pittsburg is the oldest, continuously-exhibiting arts organization in the country. The organization was founded in 1910 and ever since its mission has been to provide an environment for artists to display their work in the greatest range of media possible. The organization hosts over 550 members who are selected through an open call jury process on a semi-annual basis.
Ten Shippensburg students enrolled in the Art and Design capstone course, Art 385: Art Seminar, chose 16 pieces to be displayed, at the gallery out of 98 pieces from 50 different artists.
The exhibit opened on August 27 with an Opening Reception and will continue to be on display until September 21. The Kauffman Gallery located in the Huber Art Center on campus is opened Monday-Thursday 9:00-3:00, Wednesday 6:30-8:30, and Friday by appointment.