Monday, January 24, 2011

Coker Art Faculty Show Up in Art Building

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caption -- Larry Merriman, More Than You Think, Bricks & bottle caps, 2011, approximately 48” in dia. x 48” high

One of the great things about working on and around a college campus is being able to experience the brilliance of the people with whom you work. Last week the college's Art faculty put some of their work on display in the Coker Art Gallery. The art work is fascinating and worth both a visit and a discussion with the creators.

Is the name that Serena Hill. Coker's voice professor, has given to a show that she and one of her colleagues will be performing at Coker this evening. This is another example of the wealth of culture that is so prevalent on the Coker College campus.

Book Discussion
And Dr. Rhonda Knight, chair of the Literature, Language and Communication Department, will be leading a book discussion on January 31 on the book FAIR AND TENDER LADIES by Lee Smith.

There is something happening all the time on a liberal arts college campus.

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