Wild Things! Exhibit at GW Virginia Science and Technology Campus

Wild Things! Exhibit at GW Virginia Science and Technology Campus
Bull's Eye by Diane Weiner, Oil on Canvas, 30"x30"
June 24, 2010

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Immediate Release
Corporate and Community Relations, 703-726-3650;
gwvirginia@va.gwu.edu

Ashburn, VA (June 24, 2010)—Owls, roosters, buffalo, sheep, horses and rabbits abound at the Wild Things! exhibit, now open at The George Washington University Virginia Science and Technology Campus. An artist reception is scheduled on Thursday, July 15, from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. in the Enterprise Hall First Floor Gallery.

The exhibit, on display through Aug. 30, explores Loudoun's wild side with more than 20 paintings from nine local artists, including: Martha Cammack, Mary Champion, Sage Chandler, Linda Hendrickson, Katherine Riedel, Kurt Schwarz, Earl Tester, Carol Clay Ward, and Diane Weiner.

The reception also features the Shenandoah Trio, sponsored by Olivera Music Entertainment. Reception to feature the Shenandoah Trio, sponsored by Olivera Music Entertainment.

 

 

 

The Regional Artist Series is the result of a partnership between the GW Virginia Science and Technology Campus and ArtSquare / Loudoun Academy of the Arts Foundation to bring artists and artwork of exceptional quality to the greater Loudoun community.

The GW Virginia Science and Technology Campus was established in Loudoun County in 1991 as a center for innovative research, graduate education, and regional corporate partnerships. The Campus hosts a dozen centers of excellence in critical areas such as energy science and technology, transportation safety, and high performance computing. The GW Virginia Campus also offers more than 20 graduate degree and certificate programs in business, education, and engineering, and unique undergraduate programs in the health sciences.

For more information call Corporate and Community Relations at 703-726-3650. Enterprise Hall is located in University Center, 44983 Knoll Square, Ashburn, VA 20147.


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