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Undergraduate Evening Studies photography exhibition

Photography Exhibition

Photography by students and faculty of Furman University Undergraduate Evening Studies (UES) is on display now through Dec. 7, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday, in the Baiden Gallery of the Herring Center on campus.

The exhibition, Personal Narratives of Home: Finding Meaning in Greenville, is free and open to the public.

The exhibition showcases the university’s hometown as seen through the unique perspectives of UES alumni, students, and faculty, and debuts the works of instructor and internationally-exhibited artist, Bryan Hiott. Hiott, a fine art photographer, earned his Master of Fine Art from Parsons The New School for Design in New York City where he taught prior to joining the UES faculty in 2013.

Furman UES students are typically working adults committed to earning their undergraduate bachelor’s degree. Required general education courses in the arts are designed to encourage creativity and individual vision, and provide students opportunities to engage in new learning experiences outside their major courses.

The exhibition gives the community an opportunity to visit the Herring Center where Furman’s Continuing Education Department serves more than 2,000 Upstate students annually.

For more information about Furman UES, visit furman.edu/ues or contact Furman’s News and Media Relations Office at (864) 294-3107.

 

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