April 1, 2003
Written by: David Rasnake, Communications Assistant
Three MC seniors are putting the finishing touches on a gallery of their artwork that will be displayed in an exhibit on the MC campus. The month-long exhibition, which begins April 7, is intended to showcase the painting and photography of art majors Amanda Baker, Michelle Curley and Meredith McCaslin.
On Monday, April 7, the MC Fine Arts Division will host a reception to mark the show’s opening. From 6 until 8 p.m. in the Fine Arts Center gallery, all three artists will be on hand to discuss their works, and the individual exhibitions will be available for viewing.
Baker, from Clinton, Tenn., will be exhibiting a series of photographs of performing artists and musicians entitled “The Working Artist.” Knoxville native Curley will show her collection of portrait paintings, “People We Know.” McCaslin, of Maryville, will present “Nature Around Us,” an exhibit of nature photography.
The show is a culminating project for all three graduating seniors. “We have been working with them [the three artists] all year on this exhibition,” said assistant professor of art Amy Campbell, speaking on behalf of the entire fine arts faculty. “We are very excited,” she added.
Works will be on display in the Fine Arts Center Gallery from April 7 to May 9. The Gallery is open daily, Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Both the opening reception and the Gallery exhibit are free and open to the public.
Contact the MC Fine Arts Center, 865.981.8150, for more information.
Maryville College is ideally situated in Maryville, Tenn., between the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and Knoxville, the state‘s third largest city. Founded in 1819, it is the 12th oldest institution of higher learning in the South and maintains an affiliation with the Presbyterian Church (USA). Known for its academic rigor and its focus on the liberal arts, Maryville is where students come to stretch their minds, stretch themselves and learn how to make a difference in the world. Total enrollment for the fall 2013 semester was 1,168.