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Visual Arts students featured in Confederation Centre Art Gallery

April 20, 2017

(L-R) Will Gallant, Graphic Design; Allison Wolvers, Video Game Art and Animation; Paige Murphy,  Fundamental Arts; and Jenna MacFarlane, Photography and Digital Imaging at the Confederation Centre Art Gallery, where they all have work on display in Holland College’s School of Visual Arts exhibit Bits and Pieces.

(L-R) Will Gallant, Graphic Design; Allison Wolvers, Video Game Art and Animation; Paige Murphy,  Fundamental Arts; and Jenna MacFarlane, Photography and Digital Imaging at the Confederation Centre Art Gallery, where they all have work on display in Holland College’s School of Visual Arts exhibit Bits and Pieces.

Charlottetown, PE – Graduating students in Holland College’s School of Visual Arts programs are featured in a showcase at Confederation Centre of the Arts. The exhibition, Bits and Pieces, gives the students the opportunity to display examples of their works and talents, and is always a highlight for students in the Fundamental Arts, Graphic Design, Photography and Digital Imaging, and Video Game Art and Animation programs.

“The work that our students and instructors have put into the showcase is clear. We are thankful for the great relationship the college continues to have with the Confederation Centre Art Gallery. Art Gallery director Kevin Rice has shown immense support for our programs by providing our students with space and the opportunity to display their work,” said Paul Murnaghan, program manager for the School of Visual Arts programs.

The exhibition will run until the end of April in the concourse. For more information about programs in Holland College’s School of Visual Arts, visit hollandcollege.com, email info@hollandcollege.com, or call 1-800-446-5265.

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