The autumn leaves won’t be the only splashes of color on display this fall at Penn State Behrend.
The college’s second annual Faculty Arts Show opens Wednesday, Nov. 18, and features works by faculty members from several departments of the college.
“I think that a key philosophy of Penn State is that ‘We Are’ whatever we want to be and ‘We Are’ each creative individuals, regardless of whether that creativity is an official part of our work,” said Heather Cole, lecturer in digital arts, who organized the show with Scott Rispin, lecturer in art. “I hope the show will bring faculty members and students together to talk about the artistic activities that we do. When we engage with our students in artistic endeavors, we can inspire them to create more and gain a greater appreciation of artistic work.”
The show, which will remain on display through February, is supported by the Mary Behrend Cultural Fund and co-sponsored by the arts administration program at Behrend.
“The show provides an excellent forum for the campus community to share its creative talent,” said Sharon Dale, associate professor of art history and chair of the arts administration program. “It has also given students an opportunity to help organize the show as part of an events planning course.”
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