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March 14, 2008

Art faculty members represented at Eye Twenty Group Traveling Exhibition at the Schepis Museum

Division of Art faculty members at the University of Louisiana at Monroe are well represented at the Eye Twenty Group Traveling Exhibition currently on view at the Schepis Museum in Columbia.

ULM artists with works in this collection are:

ULM art alumni with works on display include:

Other Eye Twenty members showing at the Schepis are Lissy Sanders-Babb, Kathy Hosking, Rosette Knipp, Donna McGee, Tom Ritter, Robert Berguson, Marie Bukowski, Drek Davis, Kit Gilbert, Charles Meeds, Katherine Vellard, Bruce Allen and Kristi Hanna.

The Eye Twenty Group was founded in 1992 as a consortium of north Louisiana artists based in Monroe-Ruston-Shreveport who arrange exhibitions of their works along the I-20 corridor. Other than the predictable east-west on the interstate exhibits, the group have traveled their art south to Alexandria, north to El Dorado, Ark., and west to Ardmore, Okla.

The group was honored with a catered reception at the Schepis Sunday, March 9.

The Schepis exhibition will be on view through May 1.

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