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Art in the Park: Wildwood exhibits work by UA Little Rock profs, students

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click to enlarge "The Key," Laura Raborn, oil on paper, at Wildwood.
  • "The Key," Laura Raborn, oil on paper, at Wildwood.

click to enlarge "Graceful Guide," Sandra Sell, fiddleback maple, at Wildwood.
  • "Graceful Guide," Sandra Sell, fiddleback maple, at Wildwood.
Two- and three-dimensional works by students, former students and faculty of the Department of Art and Design at UA Little Rock are on exhibit at Wildwood Park for the Arts, which hosts a reception tonight from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. with music by university students.

The exhibition features 66 works by 25 artists, among them Professor Emeritus Win Bruhl and faculty members Brad Cushman, who is also the gallery director; Sofia Gonzalez, a textile artist; Joli Livaudais, photography and sculpture; Justin Carl Hurty, videography; Carey Roberson, photography and digital imaging; Tim Garth, arts education; and Michael Warrick, sculpture. Also exhibiting: Zina Al-Shukri, Heather Beckwith, Andrew Blackwell, Zachary Blair, Jeremy Couch, Benjamin Deaton, Douglas Frank, Jennifer Harp, Catherine Kim, Donna Quimby, Adrian Quintanar, Laura Raborn, Randy Rhea, Nathaniel Roe, Sandra Sell, Marcus Vasquez and Alicia Walls-Barton.

Musicians include Hannah Blacklaw, JaColby Crossley, Kira Hatley and Samuel Schalchin.

The show runs through Oct. 29. Gallery hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays and noon to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.

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