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Second Annual Student-Run Art & Design Exhibit

November 29, 2012

Loyalist College invites the public to attend Different Strokes, the second annual Art & Design Exhibit on Monday, December 3rd, in the Link Lounge Gallery. 

On display until Tuesday, December 11th at noon, the exhibit features a broad collection of artwork submitted by members of the Quinte Arts Council. Students in the one-year Art & Design Foundation Ontario College Certificate program will curate the exhibit, including artistic canoe paddles that they have created. The paddles will be available for silent auction during the opening, helping to fund a field trip for the students next semester.  

“We are pleased to work with Loyalist College students again this year on the Art & Design Exhibit to help promote artistic talent in our community,” said Carol Feeney, Executive Director of the Quinte Arts Council. “It’s wonderful to be able to connect students with professional artists who they can learn from and collaborate with.”

What:     Art & Design Exhibit by Loyalist College and Quinte Arts Council  
When:  Monday, December 3rd

6:00 p.m. Exhibit opens 

6:20 p.m. Official welcome and speeches  
Where:    Link Lounge Gallery, Loyalist College 
Details:   Artwork will be available for purchase

Artists may be available for commissions.  
Set-Up:    For media interested in covering the set-up, students will 

start hanging artwork on Friday, November 30th at 9:00 a.m. 

"The Quinte Arts Council has been very supportive, and we are grateful to have them so involved and passionate about connecting us with local artists and the community,” said student Ashley Courneyea, curatorial leader of the Art & Design Foundations program. “We have received an abundance of amazing submissions and we’re excited to start displaying them."


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To schedule an interview or confirm media attendance at the event, please contact: Kerry Lorimer, Manager, Corporate Communications & Media Relations klorimer@loyalistc.on.ca, (613) 969-1913, ext. 2536

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