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Thursday, October 10, 2013

Tonight in Jonesboro: ASU faculty show opens

Posted By on Thu, Oct 10, 2013 at 12:09 PM


click to enlarge Carlisle's "Trees and Sumac"
  • Carlisle's "Trees and Sumac"

The art faculty of Arkansas State University get their moment in the sun tonight when the 2013 Faculty Biennial opens at the Bradbury Gallery. The exhibition this year gives special attention to Roger Carlisle, who plans to retire at the end of the school year, bringing to a close his 40-year career at ASU. 

Other faculty in the show include Nikki Arnell, Joe Ford, Shelley Gipson, John Norris, Bill Rowe, John Salvest, Curtis Steele, Kimberly Boyd Vickrey, Susan Whiteland and Melissa Wilkinson.

The exhibition runs through Nov. 13. 

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