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The Final Senior and Student Exhibition in Ashford University’s Cortona Art Gallery will be held April 11-21. The public is invited to view the free exhibition and attend a reception for the student artists from 3-4 p.m. on Thursday, April 21 in the gallery.
On display during the exhibition will be artwork by seniors Logan Flaharty (Dickens, Iowa), a computer graphic design major, and Corrine Hubbard (Machesney Park, Ill.), who’s double majoring in visual art and computer graphic design.
The student exhibition is open to all Ashford students and they have been invited to bring their artwork to the gallery on April 4 and 5.
The Cortona Art Gallery is located on the second floor of Ashford University’s St. Clare Hall at 400 North Bluff Boulevard in Clinton. The gallery is named for Sister Cortona Phelan, OSF, former president of Mount St. Clare College (MSC) and former president of the Sisters of St. Francis. For many years, Sister Cortona influenced the quality of education at the college through her teaching of American history and her love of the arts. She also served as MSC Academy principal and as dean of students at the college.
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