Burnished, Brushed, and Bejeweled- curated student work section

Robly Glover (Other)

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Abstract

At the opening of this exhibition, there were well over 600 guests, including community leaders and the President of San Angelo State University. In January, I was invited by Howard Taylor, Director of the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts, to curate the student section of a Burnished, Brushed, and Bejeweled exhibition with Texas Tech University graduate and undergraduate student work. In late January, I traveled to San Angelo to curated a show with 11 students. On February 13th, I traveled with show in tow, mounted the exhibition for the February 16th opening and attended the opening. In April, I returned to San Angelo to bring the works back to Texas Tech. This exhibition garnered great community and regional support.
Original languageEnglish
StatePublished - Jan 1 2012

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