Area Students Art Featured at NOC Art Exhibition

Ponca City Now - April 20, 2023 6:49 am

Jayden Ryan, Ponca City; Mikaila Kraus, Okarche, Drew Dollarhide, Blackwell, Mariah Roebuck, Perry, and Amy Smith, Pawnee, are featured in Eating Elephants and helped plan and organize the exhibit.

Northern Oklahoma College art students are featured in the annual student art exhibition at NOC, Eating Elephants, which highlights original art of students enrolled in digital imaging and visual art classes during the 2022-2023 school year.

Student art can be viewed April 18 thru May 9 in the Eleanor Hays Art Gallery in the Kinzer Performing Art Center on the NOC  Campus at 1220 East Grand Ave in Tonkawa.

Ceramic creations, pottery, paintings, sculptures, pastels, watercolors, pencil, charcoal and ink drawings, and digitally created pieces plus much more will be on display for viewing.

Some of the 175 works of art on display will be for sale.

A reception with refreshments, honoring all students with work in the exhibit, is set for Saturday, April 29, in the art gallery and is free and open to the public.

The Eleanor Hays Art Gallery is open Monday thru Friday noon to 5:00 pm.

For more information, contact gallery director and art instructor Audrey Schmitz at (580)-628-6670 or [email protected].

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