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DATE: December 3, 2009 11:14:13 AM PST
WWU Art Students to Present "Temporal Drift" Dec. 4-6 in Bellingham
"Maia" by Maryann Miyashiro, one of the pieces to be exhibited in "Temporal Drift," a showcase of WWU art students Dec. 4-6 in Bellingham.

Contact: Cara Jaye, WWU associate professor of Art, (360) 650-3739.

BELLINGHAM Fourteen Western Washington University Art students will present their work in an exhibition titled “Temporal Drift” from Friday, Dec. 4 through Sunday, Dec. 6 at The Ground Floor, 1105 N. State St., in Bellingham.

An opening reception in conjunction with the Downtown Bellingham Partnership’s Downtown Art Walk will be held from 6-9 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 4 at The Ground Floor.

The reception is free and open to the public, and is a chance to talk with each of the artists regarding their work.

The 14 students are all participants in Cara Jaye’s Art 494/496 Advanced Studio seminar, and the work displayed in “Temporal Drift” encompasses a wide variety of artistic mediums. For more information, contact Jaye at (360) 650-3739.

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