See the fantastic artwork by local MTSU students at Murfree Galleries

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This is a work by Diane Stockard

The MTSU Department of Art's Student Gallery Committee (SGC) invites the public to the Murfree Gallery for a reception this Friday, November 21, 2014, 3-4 p.m. Located on the second floor of the Rutherford County Office Building at 319 N. Maple Street in the Rutherford County Property Assessor's office, the exhibit features an ongoing project between the department's Todd Art Gallery and Assessor, Rob Mitchell. The Galleries opened to the public one year ago on November 22nd, 2013 in honor of the Murfree family of Murfreesboro.

In Murfree Gallery I the project features artwork by a number of art majors including Kandace Lovett, Holly Hagan, Chloe Campbell, Kari Owen, and Sarah Al-Ansari. Murfree Gallery II offers up the exciting and intoxicating work of arts advocate and artist Diane Stockard, a cachet painter among Murfreesboro's burgeoning pantheon of contemporary artists.

Members of the Student Gallery Committee include Erin Porter, Kelsey Rogers, Rachael Smith, Angelica Bennett, Joseph Blackmon, Kristin Denny, Amber M. Lancaster, Maija Champion, Jane Kim, Rickie Le, Brittnay Moses, Melody Tang, Erin Potter, Travis Washington, Russel White, Erin Aliquo, Robert Brzozowski, Amber Lelli, and Mika Mollenkopf. Representing all areas of the department the SGC offers students the opportunity to gain experience with exhibit installation and display, curatorial knowledge, and the chance to publicly exhibit their work and the work of fellow classmates and associates.


Murfree Gallery Hours:

All Murfree Gallery exhibits and receptions are free and open to the public. Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.


Need more details?

For more information on Murfree Gallery contact the Rutherford County Property Assessor's office at 615-898-7750. For more information about the artworks on exhibit contact Meaghan Brady Nelson: Meaghan.Nelson@mtsu.eduor Eric V. Snyder:

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