Art Communicates highlights student creativity

Art Communicates highlights student creativity

A gallery viewing of art, including paintings, sculptures, and poetry reading is set for a special evening on November 13 at BBC.

Art Communicates gives students the opportunity to showcase their creativity through different avenues of art. The renewal of the event brings back the idea of incorporating students' creative work outside the classroom into a unique presentation.

The event begins at 7:30 p.m. in the second-floor of the Murphy Memorial Library.

Jeremy McGinniss, Associate Librarian and coordinator of the program, expects many students will bring their creativity to display for peers, staff, faculty members, and others to enjoy. Students, regardless of major, are able to showcase their artistic ability.

BBC&SThe evening gives students an avenue to encourage them in their interaction with art through what they make. How students see the world and render it will be particularly interesting, McGinniss said, adding he would like Art Communicates to return as an annual event.

One presenter is April Dakoske, a junior Communications major. She will be showcasing a writing piece from her Oral Interpretation class at the gallery. The program is a great opportunity to get her work in front of others, she said.

For details on Art Communicates, contact Jeremy McGinniss at or 570.585.9221.

Baptist Bible College & Seminary offers an outstanding Christian education through on-campus, online, and other distance learning options. Students go beyond the ordinary, learning to serve with excellence as they gain critical leadership and life skills.

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Posted on: 11/2/2012 9:08:52 AM

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