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The Third Annual Student-Run Art & Design Exhibit

November 28, 2013

Loyalist College invites the public to attend Undefined, the third annual Art & Design Exhibit on Tuesday, December 3, in the Link Lounge Gallery. 

 

On display until Tuesday, December 10 at 4 p.m., the exhibit features a broad collection of artwork submitted by members of the Quinte Arts Council and local artists. Students in the one-year Art & Design Foundation Ontario College Certificate program will curate the exhibit, including artistic prints, which will be sold for $20 each. Proceeds from the prints will go toward the students’ second-semester trip to the National Art Gallery of Canada in Ottawa. 

 

“We are happy to assist the students of the Art & Design Foundation program at Loyalist College in mounting this exhibit,” said Carol Feeney, Executive Director of the Quinte Arts Council. “It gives the students great experience and our artist members an opportunity to show their work – that’s a win- win!” 

 

                

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

5:30 p.m. Exhibit opens 

5:50 p.m. Official welcome  
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 29 at 9 a.m. 

 

“We have some extremely talented artists here in the Quinte area,” said student Lisa Clark, a member of the curatorial team. “Seeing the submissions as they come in has really inspired us all to work hard to ensure this year’s student-run exhibit is a success.”

 

Loyalist College and Quinte Arts Council Present Undefined, The Third Annual Student-Run Art & Design Exhibit On Tuesday, December 3rd   

Loyalist College prepares students for a rewarding career by combining rigorous academic standards with hands-on training from industry experts. Programs range from apprenticeships and certificates to diplomas and post-graduate studies. Loyalist offers 65 full-time programs and 77 university transfer agreements around the world. The best testament to the College’s value is from students, 96 percent of whom say they would recommend Loyalist to a friend. Loyalist is committed to helping students find great jobs, as well as supporting and enhancing the economic and social development of all individuals in its communities.

 

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To schedule an interview or confirm media attendance at the event, please contact: 

Kerry Lorimer, Interim Director of Marketing and Communications 

klorimer@loyalistc.on.ca, (613) 969-1913, ext. 2536

 

 

 

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