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News: February 2013

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Five MFA Students Exhibit 59 Works at Shippensburg University Exhibit

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Five MFA students have 59 paintings and drawings on display in an exhibit titled “A Person, Place or Thing” Huber Art Center, at Shippensburg University.

Works by students Eric Brennan, Liz Dabecco, Crystal Miller, Tyler David Rahl, and Erika Stearly are featured. They include oil paintings, graphite drawings, and mixed media drawings and paintings.

The artists have also been invited to speak about their works at the close of the exhibit.

The exhibit opened January 25 and continues to February 21 in Kauffman Gallery.

McNabb's MFA Thesis Exhibit Attracting the Attention of Reviewers

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MFA student James McNabb's installation “Long Nights: Big City Lights,” presenting vast cityscapes he created entirely of thousands of pieces of scrap wood, is getting significant notice in major online magazines and blogs, including Colossal, Architizer, and the British blog Daily Mail:

Eric Brennan, MFA Student, Commissioned for Project Elevate Art on Billboards

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Eric Brennan, an MFA student in painting, has been commissioned by the Council for the Arts—Chambersburg to create a Project Elevate artwork using four sequential billboards in Chambersburg, Pa.

Project Elevate is an initiative by Kegerreis Outdoor Advertising that gives an artist an opportunity to use billboards as canvases for art that creates a positive narrative within the community.

In this video, Brennan discusses the sequence of images he created to portray the concept of elevating oneself.

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