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1998 Studio Art Faculty Exhibition

This exhibition of professional work by the studio faculty of the Department of Art demonstrates a commitment to the liberal arts tradition embodied in the curriculum of Moravian College. These instructors emphasize and encourage individual initative through conceptual and technical excellence. the Bachelor of Arts program in which they teach is designed to meet three educational objectives:

    developing a deeper understanding of art as a part of the liberal
    education, preparing for a career in the fine arts, graphic design, or
    art education, and building the foundation for advanced study.

The following faculty artists are represented: Dr. Rudy S. Ackerman, Les Reker, Anne Dutlinger, Renzo Faggioli, Jeffrey Hurwitz, Brian Chu, Ron De Long, Patrick Hadfield, and Corinne Lalin. Included are paintings, drawings, sculpture, photography, ceramics and graphic design work. The show encompasses a variety of styles, media and techniques from the representational and traditional to the abstract.

The Payne Gallery, located on the Church Street Campus of Moravian College at the corner of Main and Church Streets in downtown Bethlehem, is open to the public free of charge. The Gallery is open daily except Monday 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. For further information, call the Moravian College Art Department Office at (610) 861-1680 weekdays or (610) 861-1667 weekends.