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Bowdoin Student Exhibition Opens in Fort Andross This Friday

Story posted May 05, 2003

Gallery 350, an exhibition space located in Brunswick at Fort Andross, is pleased to announce the opening of "Currents," a three-day exhibition of artworks by 20 young artists who are completing the Advanced Studies in Visual Art course at Bowdoin College this month.

"Currents" will feature paintings, drawings, collages, quilts, sculpture, assemblage, video, performance, and installation art. The show has been assembled to highlight a diverse cross-section of artistic approaches and to give students enrolled in the Advanced Studies course their first practical experience in planning and installing an exhibition of their work.

All are invited to an opening reception on Friday evening, May 9, from 7-9 p.m. The exhibition, which runs from Friday, May 9 through Sunday, May 11, will be open from 12-5 p.m. daily.

Class members include:

Lily Alt
Annie Blair
Alex Franke
Lynn Furick
Jeremy Goldsmith
Georgiana Henry
Angela King
Jeremy Lambert
Noah Lambie
JP Rautio
Amber Reed
Kelly Roberts
Lindsey Scott
Alicia Smith
Maria Stevens
Jacqueline Templeton
Jeff Tillinghast
Cecily Upton
Greta Van Campen
Elizabeth Wendell
Brooke Winter-DiGirolamo

The gallery is located on the third floor of Fort Andross, 14 Maine St., Brunswick.

Gallery 350, which was organized expressly for this event and which will close at the end of the exhibition, has been made possible by the generous support of Waterfront Maine.

For more information, contact Mark Wethli at 207-725-3761 or

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