Student paintings on exhibit downtown through Feb. 17

Author: Arts and Letters


“Fresh,” an exhibition of new paintings by University of Notre Dame art students, is on display through Feb. 17 (Friday) in the Crossroads Gallery, located in the Notre Dame Downtown office, 217 S. Michigan St., South Bend.

Featuring works by some 20 undergraduates, the exhibit demonstrates a variety of styles and techniques acquired in a multi-level painting course taken during the spring 2005 semester in which students develop individual directions in style and content.

The exhibit is free and open to the public and will run through Feb. 17 (Friday).

The Crossroads Gallery is programmed by Notre Dame’s Snite Museum of Art, Institute for Latino Studies and Department of Art, Art History and Design. Exhibits are organized for the benefit of South Bend residents, to provide exhibition opportunities for Notre Dame students and faculty, and to encourage the general public to visit the Snite Museum on campus.

Contact: _Maria Tomasula, associate professor of art, 574-631-7650,

Originally published by Julie Flory at on February 03, 2006.