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Artwork of Fine Arts Academy seniors featured in downtown galleries
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Thursday, May 02, 2013 11:00 AM
Madison Fine Arts Academy seniors will host an end-of-year art stroll at four downtown Madison galleries on Friday.
The event, which is free to the public, will run from 6 to 8 p.m. and have free trolley rides sponsored by the Community Foundation of Madison and Jefferson County.
Works of art from 10 Madison Consolidated High School seniors will be featured at Gallery 115, Artisan Gallery, Carlson Studio & Fine Art Gallery and Art on Main.
The idea behind the art show is for the students to produce and plan the entire event, said Eric Phagan, owner of Gallery 115 and part-time art teacher at the school.
The students include:
Samantha Buchanan, Kelli Hostettler and Sam Hardin, who will all present at Gallery 115.
Miranda Smith and Ella Martin, who will show their art at Artisan Gallery.
Taylor Napier, Clarissa Guillen and Katie McGee, who will show their work at Carlson Studio & Fine Art.
Mary Beavin and Tim Larrison, who will present at Art on Main.
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