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NCCU Art Museum Exhibits Works by Durham Public Schools Students

Jose Ramirez Duran, Spring Valley Elementary, Mother & Child
Erica Holloway, Hillside High School, The Mouth
Zoe Hausmann, Durham School of the Arts, Robot Invasion

The North Carolina Central University Art Museum presents “Durham's Finest,” an exhibition of outstanding student artwork from Durham Public Schools through Jan. 25. In this select show, four two-dimensional pieces of art represent each of the schools, and a variety of three-dimensional artwork is also featured. This annual show is the school system’s only district-wide art exhibit and shows the progression and artistic development of the students from kindergarten through high school. By hosting the exhibit, NCCU Art Museum gives the students the opportunity to see their artwork in a real museum setting.

The exhibit can be viewed during the museum's hours of operation: Tuesday - Friday from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Sunday from 2 to 4 p.m. The museum is closed weekends, Mondays and university holidays. Group visits may be arranged by calling 919-530-6211 or emailing Museum Director Kenneth Rodgers at krodgers@nccu.edu

Published: Wednesday, January 09, 2013
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