Studio Art Faculty Exhibition at Stocker Arts Center

Two women look at art in a gallery.
Faculty member Diana Marrapese discusses work in the gallery show.

Lorain County Community College will hold a Studio Art Faculty Exhibition now through Friday, Sept. 22 at the Beth K. Stocker Arts Gallery. The artists’ reception will be held Thursday, Aug. 31 from 3-7 p.m. The gallery is open from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Monday through Friday and during selected Stocker Arts Center events.

The Studio Art faculty exhibition features faculty who have taught studio art at LCCC in the past two academic years. This exhibition is held every two years. The work will include artwork such as ceramics, book art, jewelry, sculpture, printmaking, photography, painting and digital art. Admission is free.

The showcasing studio art faculty includes Donna Coleman, Joshua Eiskamp, Gene Epstein, Christian Fredriksen, Nancy Halbrooks, John Hooks, Lauralee Hutson, Molly King, Greg Little, Diane Marrapese, Catherine Rozmarynowycz and Jean Weigl.

For more information, contact Art Program Coordinator Nancy Halbrooks at (440) 366-7114 or nhalbroo@lorainccc.edu. Click here to learn more .

Studio Art Faculty Exhibition at Stocker Arts Center

Two women look at art in a gallery.
Faculty member Diana Marrapese discusses work in the gallery show.

Lorain County Community College will hold a Studio Art Faculty Exhibition now through Friday, Sept. 22 at the Beth K. Stocker Arts Gallery. The artists’ reception will be held Thursday, Aug. 31 from 3-7 p.m. The gallery is open from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Monday through Friday and during selected Stocker Arts Center events.

The Studio Art faculty exhibition features faculty who have taught studio art at LCCC in the past two academic years. This exhibition is held every two years. The work will include artwork such as ceramics, book art, jewelry, sculpture, printmaking, photography, painting and digital art. Admission is free.

The showcasing studio art faculty includes Donna Coleman, Joshua Eiskamp, Gene Epstein, Christian Fredriksen, Nancy Halbrooks, John Hooks, Lauralee Hutson, Molly King, Greg Little, Diane Marrapese, Catherine Rozmarynowycz and Jean Weigl.

For more information, contact Art Program Coordinator Nancy Halbrooks at (440) 366-7114 or nhalbroo@lorainccc.edu. Click here to learn more .

Studio Art Faculty Exhibition at Stocker Arts Center

Two women look at art in a gallery.
Faculty member Diana Marrapese discusses work in the gallery show.

Lorain County Community College will hold a Studio Art Faculty Exhibition now through Friday, Sept. 22 at the Beth K. Stocker Arts Gallery. The artists’ reception will be held Thursday, Aug. 31 from 3-7 p.m. The gallery is open from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Monday through Friday and during selected Stocker Arts Center events.

The Studio Art faculty exhibition features faculty who have taught studio art at LCCC in the past two academic years. This exhibition is held every two years. The work will include artwork such as ceramics, book art, jewelry, sculpture, printmaking, photography, painting and digital art. Admission is free.

The showcasing studio art faculty includes Donna Coleman, Joshua Eiskamp, Gene Epstein, Christian Fredriksen, Nancy Halbrooks, John Hooks, Lauralee Hutson, Molly King, Greg Little, Diane Marrapese, Catherine Rozmarynowycz and Jean Weigl.

For more information, contact Art Program Coordinator Nancy Halbrooks at (440) 366-7114 or nhalbroo@lorainccc.edu. Click here to learn more .

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