SHOWCASE features creative scholarship from 22 departments across campus

October 04, 2018 @ 2:59 p.m.

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“SHOWCASE: The Work of Creative Scholarship” opened Friday and runs through Oct. 14 at the Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art, highlighting the creative work of Auburn University faculty, staff and students. The multidisciplinary exhibition features fine art, applied art and design, performing arts, creative writing and other work from 22 departments across eight of Auburn’s colleges. The exhibition is held in conjunction with the Auburn Research Faculty Symposium, which follows Oct. 23 in the Auburn University Student Center.

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Artists featured in SHOWCASE event: Jack Stoffel, theatre student; Annie Campbell, art professor; and Fereshteh Rostampour, event organizer and professor of lighting and set design.

Auburn artists whose works are displayed include, from left, Jack Stoffel, theatre student; Annie Campbell, art professor; and Fereshteh Rostampour, event organizer and professor of lighting and set design. (Photo by Charles Martin)

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