Office of the Arts Announces First Arts@Tech Faculty and Staff Art Exhibit

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Blake Buford

Marketing Specialist

Office of the Arts

blake.buford@arts.gatech.edu

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The Office of the Arts is pleased to present the first Arts@Tech Faculty and Staff Art Exhibit.

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The Office of the Arts is pleased to present the first Arts@Tech Faculty and Staff Art Exhibit.

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The Office of the Arts is pleased to present the first Arts@Tech Faculty and Staff Art Exhibit. This exhibit serves as a unique opportunity for Georgia Tech faculty and staff to display their artwork in the Ferst Center for the Arts Sept. 14 - Oct. 2. 

There is no fee to submit your work for consideration or to participate if selected, but all selected artwork must be display-ready (framed, mounted, etc) when received by the Office of the Arts.

A reception honoring participating artists will be held September 14, at the opening of the exhibition. Visitors of the display have the opportunity to vote for their favorite piece of artwork on display for the "People's Choice Award".

For more information please visit arts.gatech.edu.

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Georgia Tech Arts

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  • Created By: Blake Buford
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  • Created On: Aug 2, 2017 - 4:00pm
  • Last Updated: Aug 9, 2017 - 11:18am