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#extra: University of Saskatchewan staff and sessional exhibition

Posted in Arts & Culture, Research, Scholarly & Artistic Work
Jan 14, 2019 to Jan 18, 2019

Shawn Zheng , Untitled, ink on paper, 2018, 36” x 72”

Showcasing work by staff and sessionals from the College of Arts and Science's Department of Art and Art History

January 14 - 18, 2019
Gordon Snelgrove Gallery
Free and open to the public
Reception: Friday, Jan. 18, 7 - 10 pm

Featured artists:

Joseph Anderson
Patrick Bulas
Todd Lyons
Barbara Reimer
Terry Billings
Xiao Han
Clint Hunker
Grant McConnell
Frances Robson
Jordan Schwab
Jacob Semko
Nik Semenoff
Laura St. Pierre
Mindy Yan Miller
Shawn Zheng
Ann Donald
Janice Weber

 

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