Center for Peace Studies And Violence Prevention

Norris Hall Art Gallery

The Department of Engineering, Science and Mechanics and the Center for Peace Studies and Violence Prevention are pleased to invite you to visit an ongoing series of art exhibits jointly hosted in the Norris Hall second-floor gallery.

Summer 2012: Norris Hall Artists

The Center for Peace Studies and Violence Prevention and The Department of Engineering Science and Mechanics cordially invite you to the Norris Hall Art Exhibit Reception ESM and CPSVP are hosting an exhibit with artwork by various faculty and staff. Artists included in this exciting show are: Anne-Marie Bracken, Mike Diersing, Pris Sears, Jake Socha and Amy Splitt. Wednesday, June 20, 2012 from 2:00 - 4:00 pm

Painting by Amy Splitt
"Whatever it is, I think it's dancing"
Watercolor by Amy Splitt

Photograph by Mike Diersing
"Down on Field"
Photograph by Mike Diersing
Detail of Pris Sears' art
"The Alchemist's Workbench" (detail)
Multimedia by Pris Sears
Photograph by Jake Socha
Photograph by Anne-Marie Bracken
"Verde Canyon View"
Photograph by Anne-Marie Bracken

The exhibit is free and open to the public from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm weekdays.

For more information, please contact: Ms. Amy Splitt (CPSVP), 540-231-2345,

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