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... Washington Jefferson College is home to a vibrant student art and musical scene ... The artistic center of campus is the Olin Fine Arts Center, with an art gallery and a 486-seat auditorium ... On the academic side, the Department of Art offers majors in studio art and art education, as well as a concentration in graphic design ...
76°29′22.5″W / 37.063833°N 76.489583°W / 37.063833 -76.489583 The Peninsula Fine Arts Center (Pfac) is an art center located in Newport News, Virginia ... It was formed in 1962 as the Peninsula Arts Association (PAA) by a group of Hampton Roads art supporters ... grown in size over the course of its 50 years to become one of the premier arts advocates in the area ...
... In 1983, the PAA officially became The Peninsula Fine Arts Center and was named an Affiliate of the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts ... As the Center started receiving more attention, David L ... addition to triple exhibition space and to develop a suitable entry area, classrooms, workshop and art handling areas with provision for security, barrier-free accessibility and state-of-the-art temperature, humidity ...
... They envisioned a community open to fresh ideas and debate in the great liberal arts tradition ... First used to house Pace’s Fine Arts programs in art and music, the Randall House offered Pace the possibility of providing separate classroom facilities for the Upper and Lower Schools ... addition to the Randall House to house the Lower School in one facility, construction of a fine arts center and auditorium, and construction of an additional gymnasium ...
1964 POP ART AN ART HISTORICAL APPROACH, Columbia University, NY ... A symposium on Pop Art at 8 p.m. 1966 KINETIC AND PROGRAMMED ART, November 25-December 4, 1966 ...
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