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The pieces included in "Slip, Press, Stroke" encompass a variety of mediums including ceramics, printmaking and painting.


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“Slip, Press, Stroke”: A new exhibition showcases art from graduating seniors

The latest exhibit from the Colorado Mesa University Department of Art and Design opens on April 1 at 437CO, CMU’s downtown art gallery. The show — Slip, Press, Stroke — is the third of four exhibits featuring artwork from seniors graduating from the studio art program. The artists will give a talk about their work at the show’s opening reception, held in conjunction with Grand Junction’s First Friday events, on April 1. The reception begins at 5pm; the talk begins at 5:30pm.

Slip, Press, Stroke showcases the artwork of Ashtonn Means, Colin Mastin Williams and Kaitlynn King. The pieces encompass a variety of mediums including ceramics, printmaking and painting. As part of their Senior Seminar and Portfolio course, students coordinate the senior exhibits as preparation for future professional careers in visual arts.

Located at 437 Colorado Ave. in downtown Grand Junction, 437CO is open Monday through Saturday from 12–5pm. Admission is free. Slip, Press, Stroke runs through April 29.

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Laura Bradley, CMU Box Office Manager

lbradley@coloradomesa.edu

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