The Catholic University of America
WHAT:

Crafting a Legacy: A Half Century of Art at CUA

WHEN: Oct. 2 to 30, Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
 
WHERE: The Catholic University of America
Salve Regina Hall, Gallery
620 Michigan Ave., N.E.
Washington, D.C.
 
DETAILS:

Catholic University’s Department of Art announces the opening of a new exhibit featuring the work of nine distinguished artists who have studied and taught at CUA during the last five decades.

“We are delighted to showcase an exemplary selection of work by a few of CUA’s many distinguished artists,” says Nora Heimann, associate professor and chair of CUA’s art department. “Among the notable works of art in the exhibit are paintings by acclaimed Washington-area artist John Winslow; a print by renowned painter, print-maker and sculptor Tom Nakashima; paintings of the prominent artist and arts educator Georgia Jessup; and a textile piece by the celebrated writer, curator and artist Patricia Malarcher.” Other accomplished artists showcased in the exhibit are Alexander Giampietro, Nell Sonnemann, Thomas Rooney, Willy Malarcher and Jeff Andrews.

Crafting a Legacy opens during CUA’s homecoming weekend, Saturday, Oct 2, and Sunday, Oct. 3. On Sunday, there will be student-run tours for the alumni on campus following the alumni Mass and brunch. The exhibit runs through October and is free and open to the public. 

SPONSOR: Department of Art
 
MEDIA: For more information, contact Katie Lee or Mary McCarthy in the Office of Public Affairs at 202-319-5600.

 

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