RPI Retrospective shines light on alumni art

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The RPI Alumni Steering Committee is sponsoring an eight-week exhibit at the Richmond Public Library featuring the art of students and faculty from 1928 through 1968.

The exhibit, “40 Years of Creative Excellence,” comprises paintings, sculptures, graphics and crafts created during that time. It also features more current works by RPI graduates, to show contrast between earlier and later works.

The exhibition opened at The Richmond Public Library with an opening reception during First Friday’s Art Walk on April 5. Events including oral history sessions and talks by artists will be held in the galleries during the next eight weeks.

The gallery space is located on the first floor of the library at 101 E. Franklin St. The top floor contains a permanent collection of RPI artwork. The exhibit runs through June 5.

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One thought on “RPI Retrospective shines light on alumni art

  1. I am so proud of my dear friend Catherine Cox. I’m so
    sorry that she has passed and I miss her. I always admired her beautiful talent. She was “Art”

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